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Old 20-03-2017, 02:11   #1
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Mariners Standard

When I use "Clear all" for Mariners Standard, not ALL is unchecked. Why are some items "greyed" and still checked and why is it impossible to uncheck them manually?

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Old 20-03-2017, 05:22   #2
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Re: Mariners Standard

@Aart,
For ECDIS a group of wise man from the IMO spend a lot of time to decide what is a bare minimum for an electronic chart. This minimum is the same as in the "Base" setting. O is preventing users to go below this minimum.
Personally I can sea the wisdom of not being able to hide a coastline in an EC.
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OK, I agree for "base" settings for Inland ENC.

I am a "mariner" but where remains my own mariners choice when I use other charts than ENC charts? So,.... who is the boss?

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Tja for none vector charts your hands tide to what the chart maker decided whats best for your one good
With ENC you can make your own choice, but O prevents you to make a 'foolish' one.
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