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Just wanted to thank everybody again.  You all helped me greatly figure this out.

 

Chrisbb,  many thanks as well.  I'd never thought to change directions and never knew CA assumed one direction for input.  Makes sense though.

 

Appreciate you all.

 

Roz

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The CA input method expects you to go around the lot in one direction, either clockwise or counterclockwise

 

Chris:

 

understood

 

my problem was that if I made a mistake I had to start all over again

maybe I didn't but I couldn't figure out how to correct the mistake and keep going

 

I have seen other survey/plot software where you enter everything into a table and then "resolve" the plot

I prefer that method

 

Lew

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4 minutes ago, lbuttery said:

my problem was that if I made a mistake I had to start all over again

maybe I didn't but I couldn't figure out how to correct the mistake and keep going

 

That is my problem as well Lew.  You can CTRL Z and start the entry all over again or edit manually and then replace your marker and start again.  I just never saw the advantage of using it as it is just an extra tool and not a complete solution.

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18 minutes ago, lbuttery said:

The CA input method expects you to go around the lot in one direction, either clockwise or counterclockwise

 

Chris:

 

understood

 

my problem was that if I made a mistake I had to start all over again

maybe I didn't but I couldn't figure out how to correct the mistake and keep going

 

I have seen other survey/plot software where you enter everything into a table and then "resolve" the plot

I prefer that method

 

Lew

 

9 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

 

That is my problem as well Lew.  You can CTRL Z and start the entry all over again or edit manually and then replace your marker and start again.  I just never saw the advantage of using it as it is just an extra tool and not a complete solution.

 

Haha, funny how we see different tools as having different levels of usability. The first time I used the input survey data, I jumped for joy. Yeah, I've had to start over before, but for me it's a great tool.

 

Interesting discussion, no right or wrong answer. :)

 

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