In particular the first error happens when I enter in spectrum mode ('s') and then in fourier mode ('f'). As you can see the display is uncomplete! There isn't the fourier spectrum of the object!
The second error happens when I try to enter in spectrum mode ('s') and then I try to display the prepared spectra prior to correlation ('p')
Both errors are irreversible and cause the crash of the cl session.
I tried to change the spectrum that I use, to change the cut on and cut off on filtpars but the result is the same. I have this problem only with this type of filter.
Please post a link to the object/reference spectrum (FITS file) as well as your filtpars parameters and any fxcor parameters. I can't reproduce the error using an artificial spectrum. You might also try setting the 'pixcorr' parameter to see if that makes any difference, it could be that something in the header is causing the problem and turning this parameter on will ignore the wavelength solution and correlate just the pixels.
Here is the link with two example of different spectrum (giraffe spectrum and uves spectrum) and the fxcor, filpars and continpars parameters that I used.
I tried to change "pixcorr" parameter that initially is set to "no" but the results are the same, panic.. panic panic....
Filtpars parameters are relative to giraffe data, while for uves data cut-off is set to 70.
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