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  1. questionHow do I request a trial licence or evaluation?
    1. Download and install the software from our downloads 2. Start MapInfo Pro 3. When prompted, select Yes to licence Discover/Engage 4. If asked, enter your Company name and click OK 5. In the Licence Manager, select Activate 6. Note your HardwareID 6. 7. Email this number ...
  2. questionError: "You can only run a single application at a time in standard mode."
    Occurrence When attempting to open a tool, the following message is received: "You can only run a single application at a time in standard mode." Solution By default, Discover 11 and later restrict the user to only opening a single tool at a time. This is the same behavior as MapInfo Professio ...
  3. questionHow do I determine the projection of a mapper window?
    Right click in the mapper window and select the Current Mapper Projection from the pop-up menu.
  4. questionCan you use Discover to create stacked geological, geophysical and geochemical sections/ profiles?
    Discover has a number of tools that can produce profiles. The Surfaces>Draw Grid Profile uses a line or polyline drawn across multiple grids (e.g. soil geochemistry, FVD aeromagnetics, DEM) to generate a stacked profile as below: Additionally, one of the profiles can be coloured by any over ...
  5. questionWhat are the "\pXXXX" codes at the end of a projection name?
    The "\pXXXX" numeric codes that appear at the end of projection names in some projection selection dialogs are the corresponding EPSG code for the projection. These are used by Encom Discover tools when converting MapInfo projections to corresponding ERMapper projections.
  6. questionIs it possible to extract/update to columns the X/Y coordinates for all of the points of polygons or polylines?
    Yes, use the Discover>Data Utilities>Extract Nodes tool. This will extract every node into a new table, with X and Y coordinates automatically listed for each point.
  7. questionHow do I select or clip points in a TAB file that lie above or below a grid surface?
    Occurrence For example, a topographic grid has been created of an open cut pit (e.g. by overlaying a DEM grid with a series of donutted polygons representing pit bench levels using the Surfaces>Grid Utilities>Overlay tool). You would like to examine those portions of the original explor ...
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