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AutoMAP Library: Group Codes - Two new grouping options have been added, which can dramatically simplify your AutoMAP Library and make initial configuration much faster and easier. Use the new Group Codes option to use a single AutoMAP Library entry for multiple, related point descriptions. For example, use a ROADING group code for all all your roading-related field codes like CL,EP,EG,EA, etc. Use the new Group Range option to use a single AutoMAP Library entry for all points in a specified range. For example use a ROADING group code for all points in the 2000..2999 range, etc, regardless of their actual field code.

AutoMAP Plotted Descriptions - A new "Use Plotted Description" option has been added to the Export ASCII commands which will write out the AutoMAP Plotted Descriptions in place of the Descriptions.

AutoMAP Substitution Codes - Access field-coded parameters directly from your point descriptions and use them to control the Layer, Symbol, and other fields. (Previously available only in the Plotted Description field.)

COGO Bearing Rotation - A "Rotated Bearing/Azimuth" field has been added onto the CAD Lines and CAD Curves dialogs, to show both the original and rotated bearing/azimuth per the specified COGO Bearing Rotation angle. And, a "Rotated Chord Bearing/Azimuth" field has been added onto the CAD Lines and CAD Curves dialogs, to to show both the original and rotated chord bearing per the specified COGO Bearing Rotation angle.

Clusters, Draw Error Vectors - Draw the error vectors of each cluster as polar or orthogonal lines, with an exaggeration factor and customizable color and layer properties depending on the pass/fail condition.

Line/Curve/Multi-Tie Tables - Use point IDs to specify which lines, curves, and ties you want to added to Line Table, Curve Table or Multi-Tie Table.

Line Labeling, Bearing Defaults - A new option has been added into the Bearing Labeling Defaults to specify the number of spaces between the Degrees, Minutes, and Seconds values.

Store & Edit Geodetic Position - Store and Edit the geodetic position (including the Latitude, Longitude, Combined Scale Factor, and Convergence Angle) of grid points using a new dialog with the same look-and-feel as the standard Store and Edit Points command.

Identify Geodetic Position - Identify the geodetic position (including the Latitude, Longitude, Combined Scale Factor, and Convergence Angle) of grid points by clicking in your drawing.

Label Geodetic Position - Label the geodetic position (including the Latitude, Longitude, Combined Scale Factor, and Convergence Angle) of grid points in your drawing, with customizable format and precision options.

Coordinate System Search - Search for appropriate coordinate systems, based on a specified latitude/longitude position, and instantly set it as your drawing's Coordinate System.

Vertical Transformations - All commands that previously allowed a horizontal coordinate system transformation now also support vertical transformations.

Lot Table - Draw a table detailing the lines, arcs and points that define a lot, along with its area and perimeter.

Align Between Drawings - A new Align Between Drawings command is now available for copying and aligning entities between two open drawings.

Auto-Add Points to Objects: Blocks and Text Support - The Auto-Add Points to Objects command now supports Blocks and Text, and will store a point at the Insertion Point of any selected Block or Text entities.

Auto-Add Points to Objects: Graphical Interface - Set the starting point ID and description to use for storing the new points.

Active Coordinate Editor: Select Points by Description - You can now select points by description in the Active Coordinate Editor.

Active Coordinate Editor: Coordinate Systems - You can now view columns showing the Combined Scale Factor, Convergence Angle, Transformed Elevation for each coordinate.

Coordinate Grid Lines: Named Grid Lines - When coordinating grid lines, assign names to each grid line like A,B,C,D,... and 1,2,3,4,... and automatically set the ID or Description of the resulting grid points using the grid line names like A-1,A-2,B-1,B-2,...

List unused points - The List Unused Points command has a new option to specify a point range for your search. Select MsPoints | List Points (Used and Unused) | List Unused Points, or type LIST_UNUSED at the command line.

Ladder Table Report - Write a ladder table report showing station and offset values for selected points in a ladder format. Select MsTools | Print/Edit/View Reports | Ladder Table from the menus, or type LADDER_TABLE at the command line.

Traverse Coordination (Northing / Easting Only) - This new option will compute the horizontal position using a scaled distance which is derived by applying the input scale factor to the distances stored in the traverse file. However, the elevation will be computed using the raw (un-scaled) distance

Normalize Raw Traverse Measurements - A new command is now available in the Active Traverse Editor, which will normalize Face 2 total station measurements to Face 1. This is necessary for users who want to perform a 3D Least Squares Adjustment.

Show Traverse Graphically - A new option in the Show Traverse command now allows lines to be drawn showing SK stake records.

Detect Invalid Records on Import - When importing a RAW or RW5 file (including FieldGenius projects), each line is verified that it contains the correct number of data fields. This is because importing some RAW files which contained invalid records could cause a crash (i.e., LS records containing an HR but not an HI).

Detect Current RAW File on Import - When importing FieldGenius projects containing multiple RAW files, the FieldGenius project's INI file is checked to detect the current raw file, and that is set as the current Traverse after import.

Multiple Coordinate Systems - The Active Coordinate Editor can be configured to display your point coordinates as transformed into up to 2 cartesian systems and 2 geodetic system.

Draw Coordinate Tables - Create coordinate tables and/or coordinate conversion tables in your drawing by selecting the columns and rows you want to include from the Active Coordinate Editor.

Stakeout - More intuitive dialog layout and workflow in the Stakeout command including...

  • You can now specify any description for the computed stake points instead of the previous "FSTAKE" description.
  • You can now specify zero offset distances to compute stake points directly on the line/arc.
  • As each new stake point is computed, if a point already exists at the same position then you are now prompted for whether you to store the new point or not.

Last Used Geodetic Coordinate Systems - When selecting coordinate systems, the last used system will be remembered as a default and automatically selected again the next time you use the same command.

Recently Used Geodetic Coordinate Systems - When selecting coordinate systems, a list of your most recently used systems is available for quickly selecting your typical settings

Input Scale Factor works with All Commands - The Input Scale Factor specified in the General Configuration Options screen can now be applied to ALL distance inputs in the program, by specifying an "s" (for scale) suffix after the distance, for example 100s or 100S. Scaling was previously limited to only the MicroSurvey commands, but now also works with all CAD drawing, modification, and settings commands. Use the s suffix anywhere you can enter distances, including at the command line, in dialog boxes, and even when typing coordinate values like "100s,100s".

Inverse between Input Scale Factor and Output Scale Factor - The Input Scale Factor and Output Scale Factor fields on the General Configuration Options screen have been linked together, so you can now automatically set one as the inverse of the other with the press of a button.

Copy Output Scale Factor to Distance Labeling Scale Factors - A new Scale Factors dialog lets you easily configure all scale factors (Input Scale factor, Output Scale Factor, and five Distance Labeling Scale Factors) in one screen with no calculations required.

Automatic Blunder Detection - When your Input Scale Factor and Output Scale Factor values are not inverses of each other, or when the Output Scale Factor does not match your Distance Labeling Scale Factors, warning will appear to help you correct any potential issues.

Scale Factor Check on FieldGenius/RAW/RW5 File Import - When importing a RAW or RW5 file (including FieldGenius projects), the scale factors specified in the RAW file and in the General Configuration Options screen will be compared as a validation check, and if they do not match a Scale Factor dialog (see above) appears to help you correct any potential issues.

Scale Factor Setup on FieldGenius Export - When exporting a FieldGenius Project, a new option is available which will write the scale factor to the new project's raw file.

LISP Programming Extensions - Four new Lisp routines are available for your custom programming needs. New commands: (get_output_scale_factor), (set_output_scale_factor x), (get_input_scale_factor), (set_input_scale_factor x).

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