Does the Wetland – Stakeout app provide the Eastern Mountains and Piedmont wetland determination data form?

“I discovered this app through a simple Google search because our team would like to be able to fill out data forms on our iPads. From my understanding, this app has the capability to do so. I was wondering if the Eastern Mountains and Piedmont form was accessible through this app. Also, is there a way we could test the app to make sure it will work for us before buying it for $95?”

Yes, the Wetland – Stakeout app provides the Wetland Determination Data Forms for the 10 USA Regions.

At this time we do not have an active TestFlight version available for this app. We may have one in the near future when we release the next update.

Following is a link to a Youtube presentation for this app:

 

How to change the shape of a Line or Area Feature

A number of our iOS apps provide the Move Node function. A couple apps also provide the Insert Node function.

When you use Move Node to move a node of a Line or Area Feature, the shape will be changed. Beware, though, that there is not an undo function for Move Node. If you change your mind, you will need to manually move the node back to its original position or as close to it as possible.

The Insert Node function provides additional flexibility to change the shape of the Line or Area Feature. You can add additional nodes between two existing nodes and move the nodes to approximate the desired shape.

Map only shows grids in Partition & Stakeout app loaded on iPhone 7

“Downloaded app from Apple Store on July 13th 2017. Still reading and learning usage of software. Although, in attempting to use the Maps portion with GPS, no maps appear, strictly grids. App loaded on an iPhone 7; version 10.3.2. Can you assist with possible issues for correction? This is for personal usage, not commercial. Would like to stakeout and layout lot for new home.”

The Map function gets the map from Apple via wi-fi. Sometimes it helps to turn off wi-fi on your iOS device then turn it on again. Resetting the iOS device usually corrects the problem.

Please run the Apple Maps app on your iOS device. If you see the same screen of grids, then the issue should be due to the Apple Map server or a network problem.

Automatically populate Indicator field in Wetland – Stakeout app

“I am still trying to work to find an easy way to add or update PLIST to automatically popup with the associated wetland indicator.”

Many users want the ability to have the wetland indicator field automatically filled in when they select a species name in the wetland data entry form. To save users the trouble of modifying the data entry form for the Indicator fields, we plan to build the formula into the Indicator fields and also add a default PLIST spreadsheet at the end of the form. This way, the user will just need to populate the PLIST with the species-indicator list that they normally work with in the job area. Please look for this new feature in a future update, which will take some time to implement.

How to turn on Location Service

“I am experiencing some problems with my iCMTGIS PRO app. In order to successfully use the app it needs to have location services allowed while using the app. However when I open the app it doesn’t give the option to allow location services to have the location while I’m using the app. Could you help me out with this problem please.”

Location Service is provided by Apple. You can enable it under Settings on your device.

Settings -> Privacy -> Location Service

How to delete a page from a Wetland data form in the Wetland – Stakeout app

“On the last sheet of the wetland data forums, a sheet pops up called REPORT DOCUMENT PAGE. I do not want that there and is there an easy way to remove that?”

In the Design Report mode you can scroll to the last page then tap the Add button. You will see the option to add a new page as well as the option to delete a page from the report form.

How to enter a point with known coordinates into a CMT iOS app

You could use one of the following ways to digitize a point for which you know the latitude and longitude values.

1) In a CMT iOS app that provides the Add Point Manually function:
Open or create a Job then select the LLA coordinate system.
Create a Point Topic.
Select Add Point Manually.
Tap on the screen to add a point.
Back in Map View, tap on the Feature Properties icon.
Change the coordinates to be those for your known point.
Tap on the Zoom-Fit icon.

2) In a CMT iOS app that provides the Add Point by Coordinates function:
Open or create a Job then select the LLA coordinate system.
Create a Point Topic.
Select Add Point by Coordinates.
Enter the coordinates of the known point.
Go back to Map View and do a Zoom-Fit.

If your app can import Shapefiles, a DXF file or a text file, then you could put the known points in the Shapefiles, DXF file or text file then bring in the known points.

By the way, if you find our apps useful, we would appreciate your posting a favorable review at the App Store. Thanks!