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Old 3rd Oct 2020, 9:52 pm   #41
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Default Re: Tropo lift weekend of 19-20th Sep (2020)

Peter,

well, I've been playing with this mike willis software for over an hour now. I fought my way through the USGS website to figure out how to get the height data files, but at present I can't get the bulk download tool to run - and that's after installing JRE at around 150MB (and that's just to install the download tool). I've run out of patience with it. I might come back to it another night - but for the moment its vastly overcomplex just to get the thing to install.


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