RE: MI Converting Non-Earth N E to a proper Projection N E

2000-09-06 Thread Flavio Hendry
From:Steve McCrone [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent:04 September 2000 08:12 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: MI Converting Non-Earth N E to a proper Projection N E Hello Mappers: I have some vector (say polylines) data that was saved using: Non-Earth m, Bounds -10, -

Re: MI Converting Non-Earth N E to a proper Projection N E

2000-09-05 Thread Mats Elfström
Steve McCrone wrote: Hello Mappers: I have some vector (say polylines) data that was saved using: Non-Earth m, Bounds -10, -10, 10, 100. This was done since the PRJ file did not contain the appropriate projection parameters. Hi Steve! Forget it, and

MI Converting Non-Earth N E to a proper Projection N E

2000-09-05 Thread Steve McCrone
Hi My question was: Hello Mappers: I have some vector (say polylines) data that was savedusing: Non-Earth m, Bounds -10, -10, 10,100. This was done since the PRJ file did not contain theappropriate projection parameters. N is displayed. The appropriate

MI Converting Non-Earth N E to a proper Projection N E

2000-09-04 Thread Steve McCrone
Hello Mappers: I have some vector (say polylines) data that was saved using: Non-Earth m, Bounds -10, -10, 10, 100. This was done since the PRJ file did not contain the appropriate projection parameters. The coordinates of the nodes of the plines are grid

RE: MI Converting Non-Earth N E to a proper Projection N E

2000-09-04 Thread David Booth
-Original Message- From: Steve McCrone [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 04 September 2000 08:12 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: MI Converting Non-Earth N E to a proper Projection N E Hello Mappers: I have some vector (say polylines) data that was saved using: Non-Earth m, Bounds