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  1. 09:15, 15 December 2016 ‎How to Parse a Geographic Position (hist) ‎[3,597 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: You can extend the rules that Henry uses to detect a geographic position (latitude and longitude) when importing plain text (using Edit | "Paste into new Overlay", File | "Create Overlays ...)
  2. 16:31, 3 August 2016 ‎Create Overlays from a Text File (hist) ‎[891 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: You can create an overlay from a text file or from text on the clipboard. In both cases, an overlay point will be automatically created for each geographic position (latitude and longitud...)
  3. 16:17, 3 August 2016 ‎Open Log File (hist) ‎[366 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: You can view the log files produced when charts are imported into Henry. For ARCS and encrypted S-57 (ENC) this includes adding and updating chart / cell permits. Any permits that encou...)
  4. 12:43, 25 July 2016 ‎Search (hist) ‎[383 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: To find a chart or place enter the number or name in the "chart no./place text box on the Henry toolbar and press Enter. A list of matches will be temporarily be displayed below the text ...)
  5. 12:31, 25 July 2016 ‎Object Notes (hist) ‎[370 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: The Object Notes window displays the notes from whichever Overlays_and_Overlay_Documents is currently selected. Home)
  6. 12:02, 25 July 2016 ‎ADRS6 (hist) ‎[240 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Selecting this option opens Admiralty Digital Radio Signals ADRS 6. Note: This will only be present if you have purchased and installed ADP and licenced one or more ADRS6 areas. Otherwise...)
  7. 12:02, 25 July 2016 ‎ADRS2 (hist) ‎[240 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Selecting this option opens Admiralty Digital Radio Signals ADRS 2. Note: This will only be present if you have purchased and installed ADP and licenced one or more ADRS2 areas. Otherwise...)
  8. 12:02, 25 July 2016 ‎ADRS1345 (hist) ‎[249 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Selecting this option opens Admiralty Digital Radio Signals ADRS 1,3,4,5. Note: This will only be present if you have purchased and installed ADP and licenced one or more ADRS1345 areas. ...)
  9. 09:33, 22 July 2016 ‎Links from Notes (hist) ‎[1,047 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: You can add a link to a web page or a document from a note. http://chersoft.co.uk.html file:///\\pathname\filename.doc file:///\\pathname\filename.docx file:///\\pathname\filename.xls ...)
  10. 12:27, 15 April 2016 ‎Importing GeoTIFF as Continuous Raster (hist) ‎[3,094 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Supplying data to ManageEAR.exe for display on the Continuous Raster surface. GeoTIFF files are TIFF Tagged Image File Format) files with additional standardised tags to provide geo-refer...)
  11. 22:01, 10 February 2016 ‎Display Menu (hist) ‎[1,322 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: The Display menu is where you can choose which overlay information will be displayed on the chart: * Raster Chart Outlines * [[S-57_Chart_Outlines|S-57 Chart Out...)
  12. 14:52, 14 August 2015 ‎Radio Signals (hist) ‎[783 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: You can have the radio stations, ports and other objects listed in the Admiralty Radio Signals placed on to charts by clicking on these options. Once you have chosen to display the objects...)
  13. 10:30, 25 November 2014 ‎How To View Shape File data (hist) ‎[798 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: The View | Shapefile command from the main menu will display a window containing Shapefile data. You can also overlay Shapefiles on other types of chart. While displaying an S-57 or Rast...)
  14. 19:34, 16 November 2014 ‎Vessel Tracking using a Satellite (hist) ‎[544 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Henry can display tracks received from an Satelite web service. Configure the source of the Satellite data input at View | Options | ARPA / AIS / Satelite. * Choose the Satellite page *...)
  15. 19:23, 16 November 2014 ‎Vessel Tracking using AIS (hist) ‎[409 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Henry can display tracks received from an AIS receiver. Configure the source of the data * Add an NMEA input to receive AIS. This can be the same channel as is used for the GPS input if ...)
  16. 12:50, 13 November 2014 ‎How to display Positions on a particular Horizontal Datum (hist) ‎[1,121 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Henry normally displays geographic positions using the WGS84 horizontal datum. You can change this to use the horizontal datum of the active chart. From the main menu, go to View | Option...)
  17. 10:06, 27 October 2014 ‎GeoTiff Management (hist) ‎[314 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: GeoTiff files can be imported into the raster chart database. Each Geotiff file will become a separate chart. Use Chart | Management | GeoTiff. Alternatively, you can import GeoTiff fil...)
  18. 09:39, 27 October 2014 ‎How To Create Overlays from Photographs (hist) ‎[1,175 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: Many digital cameras tag each photograph with the date / time and the geographic position of the camera when the photograph was taken. This can be used to create an overlay in Henry. Use ...)
  19. 10:00, 16 October 2014 ‎Downloading ARCS charts from UKHO (hist) ‎[3,209 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: You can obtain ARCS charts from the UKHO FTP site. Browse to [https://www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/ElectronicCharts/Pages/Updating-Services.aspx www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices...)
  20. 09:20, 16 October 2014 ‎Downloading S-57 Exchange Sets from UKHO (hist) ‎[2,334 bytes] ‎Andyw (Talk | contribs) (New page: You can obtain S-57 ENC data from the UKHO FTP site Browse to [https://www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/ElectronicCharts/Pages/Updating-Services.aspx www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandService...)

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