Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Secondary Progressed (Naibod by RA, or Long or Quotidian)
- Solar Arc (by Long or RA)
- Solar Returns (with relocation, and/or precession correction)
- Lunar Returns (with relocation, and/or precession correction)
- Composite (inc transit/progressed)
- Pre-Natal Syzygy
- Eclipse (Maximum eclipse or Exact Lunar Phase)
- Ingress - all major planets, inc Solar and Lunar (ver 1.76)
- Whole Sign
Transits and Returns Antiscia: Tap Lightning Bolt icon, top menu when an Antiscia chart is displayed or from Chart Calcs menu. OR Transit bi-wheel orb settings. Long-press over Transit menu button to show the Transit bi-wheel orb settings view.Secondary Progressions: Long-press on the Solar Arc Directions menu button Solar Arc: Long-press on the Secondary Progressions menu button Transit and Returns bi-wheel orbs
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It depends. If the bug report comes with screenshots and a way to replicate the bug, I will fix asap, probably the same day. Note that once I deploy it to Apple they can take 1-2 days to release it to the app store. Usually, it takes about 2 days.
Fixed stars in conjunction, by long or parallel, to planets or points. To view the Fixed Star aspects for the currently displayed chart:
Given that a natal or horary chart is fixed, how is this possible? Easy. Just tap the advance in time button once and the chart will change to a transit chart with the same date/time/place of the horary chart. Now you can advance/progress the chart in real-time. Advance chart in real-timeSee:
Ask me. firstname.lastname@example.org or email support It may not happen for a few weeks or months, but if it's something that other people would find useful I'm sure it would get implemented.
For all types of charts. Please note Synastry comparison charts are bi-wheels by default as are Antiscia charts.
Yes, if you mean can the outer wheel be moved (while the inner chart remains stationary) by whatever time scale is chosen. For example, if a secondary progressed (Naibod by long) chart is selected as a bi-wheel, the outer chart is progressed using that time scale, as would be expected. Apart from Returns and Synastry comparison charts. These cannot be animated in that way. However, Return charts can be saved (as radix charts) which allows them to be animated. Saving a Return chart
Ten. They are: 1. Long-press over the aspect grid in full landscape brings up the aspects table Long-press: full landscape 2. Time Zone Update. Long-press: time zone update 3. Long-press Synastry button Long-press: Synastry Button 4. Long-press Secondary Progressions button 5. Long-press Solar Arc button 6. Long-press Natal button This brings up the Edit Chart view Aspect Hit List - long press centre of chart/wheel when a natal chart is displayed (retired. Not available after ver 1.79). Now available from the top menu as a Lightning Bolt icon
7. Antiscia settings. Long-press centre of an Antiscia chart. Tap the Lightning Bolt icon, top menu when an Antiscia chart is displayed.
8. Save a Solar or Lunar return chart as a radix chart. Long-press centre of chart Tap the Lightning Bolt ico, top menu when a Solar or Lunar Return chart is displayed
Long-press: Saving a SR chart
7. Full landscape #3 Midpoint settings. Long-press over midpoint listings to show Midpoint Settings view.
8. Profections Settings. Long-press over Profection button to show the Profection Settings view.
9. Pre-Natal Syzygy Settings. Long-press over Pre-Natal Syzygy button to show the Pre-Natal Syzygy Settings view.
10. Transit bi-wheel orb settings. Long-press over Transit menu button to show the Transit bi-wheel orb settings view.
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Un-select the declination aspects from the Displayed Aspects/Lines table.
Clock time. Your local time. The time on your wristwatch or smart mobile phone. If a birth occurred in the evening, say 8 pm local time, then the time entered should be 8 pm. AstroConnexions takes care of the time zone.
Tap the Lightning Bolt icon, when a natal/radix chart is being viewed top menu. The Time Map can be invoked from the Aspect Hit View. Knowledge Base - Aspect Hits Note that Aspect Hits for Secondary Progressions "Mean Quotidian" is not currently available.
Tap the Lightning Bolt icon, top menu, when a Solar or Lunar Return is displayed. Saving a SR chart
The most likely reason is that the orb setting is too small. By default AC's orb setting for a transit bi-wheel is one degree. Similarly, this orb size is used for many bi-wheels. To change the Transit or Returns bi-wheel Orb go to Chart Calculations/Miscellaneous and change there.
OrTransit bi-wheel orb settings. Long-press over Transit menu button to show the Transit bi-wheel orb settings view. Blog - Configure AstroConnexions Knowledge Base - Aspect Grids
Here are some example screenshots
Filtered Aspects:See: Filtered Aspects
Yes, AstroConnexions is Ad free. And always will be. No analytics are incorporated into AC. Many apps send data from their app with details of when and how you use it. AC does not.
Here's a summary of the methods provided by AC to import you chart files from other astrology programs.
No. They are classed as Natal/Radix charts, therefore, they use the natal chart (variable) orbs for single-wheel charts, and (fixed) orbs for bi-wheel charts. Variable orbs - this means that an orb for a square may be set at 8 degrees, whilst a sextile may be set at 4 degrees, etc. For bi-wheels, the setting is fixed often at 1 degree, so that a square orb is the same as a sextile orb.
AC's documentation refers to variable and fixed orbs. What does that mean? Variable orbs - this means that an orb for a square may be set at 8 degrees, whilst a sextile may be set at 4 degrees, etc. Used by Natal/Radix charts. An antiscia chart may have a fixed or variable orb setting. For bi-wheels, the setting is fixed often at 1 degree, so that a square orb is the same as a sextile orb. For secondary progressions and solar arc, etc. This is common astrological practice, I believe.
These aspects are what's happening in the sky at any given moment.
Don't own an iPad? Want to use AstroConnexions? I recommend the iPad Air 2 or the new 9.7" iPad, or the new 10.5 iPad Pro
I've got 2 iPads. Are my saved AC chart files shared? Or another way if putting it would be: if I save a chart file on one device will I be able to load it on the other? No. Each instance of the app has its own separate database. Of course AC chart files can be exported to DropBox and then imported into AC which goes some way in alleviating the lack of shared/common chart files.