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 Post subject: Saving Dem projects
PostPosted: 22 Jan 2022 15:55 
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Hi, I cant find any answer to these questions

1) Is there anyway to save or export a DEM including raster maps, routes etc all in one file.
2) Is it possible to list all raster maps that are open in a DEM (I know how to list lbg files before they are open)


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 Post subject: Re: Saving Dem projects
PostPosted: 23 Jan 2022 15:45 
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cauman wrote:
1) Is there anyway to save or export a DEM including raster maps, routes etc all in one file.
I'm afraid, no. I had thought about something like that in the past, but then decided against it. Due to the nature of the geo data files in question and their volatility the effort for reliable "project" file management would have been significant, and the possible outcome still insufficient.

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2) Is it possible to list all raster maps that are open in a DEM (I know how to list lbg files before they are open)
Another no. You have to inspect the lgb file. But you can create a new one, if raster maps have been added, as long as all raster maps reside in the same directory.


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 Post subject: Re: Saving Dem projects
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2022 04:16 
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OK thank you for your answer.


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 Post subject: Re: Saving Dem projects
PostPosted: 25 Jan 2022 07:38 
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Been looking a bit more about this.

When a Dem file and raster file(s) are open, the title on the transDEM window (at the very top of the window) will list the name of the Dem map and the name of the top raster map or lgb file. ex.
DEM:[filename]Map:[filename]-tranzDEM Trainz Edition (64bit)

Scrolling through the menu item "top raster map to bottem", the raster map shown on the Dem window title will also scroll showing which raster map is on top.

This gives some indicationj of what is open, specially if there are many raster files open at the same time.
There is probably is a way to capture the window title and save it as a text file but havn't found a solution to that.


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 Post subject: Re: Saving Dem projects
PostPosted: 30 Jan 2022 11:57 
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Spy++ from Microsoft will help, a Win32 window analyser, a bit dated by design but still does the job. It normally comes bundled with Visual Studio but may be available separately.


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