Settings - Processing - Output

Reference Marks:

Translate Reference Marks:

If selected, marks in the reference box will have their coordinates translated and projected and will appear as a "Child Waypoint" for GSAK to use. Default Off.

Translate Approximate Marks:

If selected, marks in the reference box that have an approximate distance (usually in the KM range) will be translated as well. Default is Off.

Update Info From/To Main Mark:

If a reference mark has a datasheet in the file that is being imported, enabling this option will copy over useable data. Date copied from the original datasheet includes: URL, Designation, Altitude, and Short/Long descriptions. Data copied to the original sheet are the coordniates. Default is On.

Use GSAK URI for Mark:

If a reference mark is updated from an existing datasheet, selecting this option will use a custom GSAK URI for the mark's URL. Clicking on the child waypoint will pull up the real waypoint in GSAK's window. Default is Off. Note: To function properly, GSAK version 7+ is required.


Report In Feet:

If checked, the measurement in feet will be used from the datasheet, instead of meters. Default is On.

Report In GSAK User2 Field:

If checked, the altitude (in meters or feet) will be inserted into the GSAK-specific field "User2". It will be in the format of "00000.00", for proper sorting. Default is Off.

Station Recoveries:

Translate Into Logs:

If enabled, the program will take the information from the History record and the station recovery text for that record and convert it into a log. A few caveats: If a history record has an UNK date, the next known date will be used. If there is no known date, then the date of the file (see Processing - In: Use Database Date) will be used. If there are no history records and a station recovery exists (see most CORS stations) and there is a year on the station recovery, then the year will be used. Otherwise, the file date will be used. In the case where there is no recovery and there is a history record, then the log's text will simply contain "No Descriptive Text." This option must be enabled for Identify Your Recoveries to be enabled. Default is On.

Flag Stations Destroyed:

Enabling this will enable stations that have a "Destroyed" history record to mark the station as Archived (Destroyed). Default is Off.

Output Fields:

Use Type Icon:

This will change the benchmark type from simply "benchmark" to one of the following three options. Default is On.

Mark URL:

This is the "Online URL" to use for the mark. Two built-in options are available, listed below. You may also type in anything you would like here, using the available tokens. Default: NGS Datasheet.

Save Button:

The save button will save your settings and return you to the Process window.

Cancel Button:

The cancel button will abort any changes and return you to the Process window.

Defaults Button:

The defaults button will restore all your settings to the program's default. Note that you can still use the cancel button and abort the defaults change.

Tree View:

The tree view will let you select the area of settings you want to access. Click on a "+" to expand that group, or click on the "-" sign to collapse a group.