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Spectra Precision Survey Pro v5.0 User Guide

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Spectra Precision Survey Pro v5.0. Help: User Guide. Accessible at www.spectra.com

*Note: The complete original installation CD or DVD containing Survey Pro V5.0. For a list of the contents, see product information document, included on the original CD or DVD.

*Note: The complete original installation CD or DVD containing Survey Pro V5.0. For a list of the contents, see product information document, included on the original CD or DVD.

Copyright is reserved: Permission for use, duplication, modification, translation, distribution, or publication is subject to the conditions set forth in the software license agreement. The following sections of this user guide provide more detailed information. Spectra Precision is a registered trademark of Spectra Precision, Inc.

Complete installation guide: The complete installation guide, v5.0.zip, available on the original installation DVD, contains the following files.

Spectra Precision Survey Pro v5.0 User Guide

S.P.v5.0_Guide_v2.pdf Spectrum Precision Survey Pro V5.0 User Guide November 2004

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Setting survey boundary
Specify the survey boundary, define the field boundaries, or change the size and shape of the field. Clicking on the spacebar minimizes or maximizes the field. Clicking on the ‘–’ maximizes to the default size.

Field Boundary and Field Shape
Specify the boundaries of the field.

Field Boundary
Specify the position, width, and depth of the survey field. To specify a non-rectangular field, define its dimensions in one or more of the following ways:
• The position, depth, and width fields are measured in terms of the distance between points in the field. Specify

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It is worth noting that we didn’t receive an official release for Survey Pro 6.0 since it was available via the upgrade program. In theory, users had 6.0 directly.
But the Update Center’s release was in 2 flavors:

If the update was available for your version (e.g. 6.0), you received 6.0.0 – The update recommended and selected by Survey Pro to upgrade.
If the update was not available for your version (e.g. 6.0.1), you received the older 6.0.1 (which you cannot upgrade).

For other software vendors, it was more usual that they wait for the installer to be compatible with the new version. For some companies, it meant they had to release new versions. But if the installer was compatible, there was not a problem for users to update directly to the newer version. Most of the time, it was easier for them to declare a new version and wait for the installer to be released before doing it themselves.


No, you can’t upgrade it directly. Instead, you need to download it again from the link you provided, it’s a snap-shot of the installer. You can’t just take the previous version.
I tried to download the installer from your link and the download was interrupted when it encountered an error stating that the licensing key is missing.


How to insert quotation marks in JIRA

I have a custom field in Jira and I want to insert a quotation mark in front of it. I can’t use html in Jira, so I don’t know what character I need to type into the field to give a ” “. I’ve tried to type &quot but it inserts a backlash between each quotation mark.


You need to use the JQL Regular Expression Parser in to get the quotations
FILTER (name = ‘”My Field”‘)

I was originally seeking the quotation mark character (quote), but as far as I know there is no way to embed a quote into a JQL expression.
You can see some more ideas on the JIRA forum: