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From: William B Clark <>
Subject: Re: DEED-MAPPER-USERS-D Digest V04 #31
Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2004 07:45:32 -0400
It appears that the numbers like 5- are the numbered points along the
border where the direction changes.
As long as you have a direction and distance for each point, then
DeedMapper will draw the figure. If you are missing one or the other for
any point, DeedMapper doesn't know where the next point so it truncates
the drawing, There are ways to get around this, but it takes some
tedious fussing with the data to do it.
I don't know what to do about streets, but I see no reason why you
couldn't import a street map into DeedMapper.
If you have a GPS or a friend who has one, you could get one of the
points in Lat/Long coordinates and start from that point in DeedMapper
too. Then you wouldn't need a street map.
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