With all the respect corrected to what? If my input is station pressure what it should be corrected? On the other side 1346mb is so high pressure that can not be taken in any kind of ad calculations...
I had so unpleasant email thread with Hornady that in nutshell do not care about roll out of application update that will fix obvious software bug. Moreover they do not want to talk about that any more. For all of you having issue with pressure and/or wind drift ..... feel free to live with it or jump to something that works (in the meantime I found some more bugs in calculator).... for me it is a game over.... and something interesting is on horizon.
Pitty, it was promising ..... and just promising.
Former hornady customer
Back end engine is not proprietary hornady "invention" and seems that they overplayed with it.
Curious! Buddy a few days ago opened his iOS version of the 4DOF app and got a solution for 195 meters displayed calling for 1.18 mil of elevation with 140 grain American Gunner 6.5 Creedmoor ammunition. I knew this calculation was not correct and that it should have been more like +0.4 mil.
We then checked all rifle inputs for correctness and all looked fine. He had used the same profile the week before with no issues and had not changed anything since prior week’s use.
We then closed and reopened the app. Still showed +1.18 mil. We shut it down again two more times without success only to be surprised that after the next app shutdown/startup the unit suddenly started displaying +0.4 mils.
I have no reasonable explanation for this behavior but have heard it happening to others and simply dismissed it as likely user error. However, this time I directly experienced it and am confident there is some strangeness and bugginess going on under the covers.
Any others having issues similar to these described above?
I've said the same many times. On the other hand the app itself is worthless, only care about their data which is good but like LL pointed out not necessary with a good engine like the one coming in Genesis soon.