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Who Here Uses OnTarget Software?

I just started using it, and I'm wondering what happened to the hole locator function? Did it not work well?
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Reply #1
I use that software and have always manually located and marked the impacts myself.  I know that probably doesn't help you much.

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Reply #2
I use that software and have always manually located and marked the impacts myself.  I know that probably doesn't help you much.
Really, I was just curious. I thought that perhaps it might do a more accurate job of it than I can. But, since they don't have that function anymore, maybe it didn't do it accurately/reliably enough?
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Reply #3
I use that software and have always manually located and marked the impacts myself.  I know that probably doesn't help you much.

Hmm, I've always used the manual method, and didn't know there was an "auto" function...  ;)  Again, no help...
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Reply #5
Ah, that explains it... I cheaped out and got the PC version, not the TDS version...   :))
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Reply #6
Ah, that explains it... I cheaped out and got the PC version, not the TDS version...   :))
Okay. I didn't notice that distinction, and I bought the PC version too. Doh!
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Reply #7
Mystery solved.....Guess we were all right.  I too am a cheapo with just the PC version...

 

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Reply #8
I had a minor issue with the software.....it quit even loading.
A quick call to Jeff Block (the developer) and I'm back on track.

Had a great conversation with Jeff. Asked about upgrading to the TDS version, and he pretty much talked me out of it. I asked specifically about the hole finder functionality, and he flat out stated that the human eye is much more capable of accurately centering a hole in or over another hole than any $35 software.
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Reply #9
I've never felt the need to go beyond the free/deprecated version 1.10, use it quite frequently.