We’ve been growing out of our office for some time, and we’re pleased to announce that after a long search, a longer legal process and a lot of wrangling, we’ve finally settled into a new and far bigger home.
We have room to spare, views over the woods, no queue for the loo, and an even better coffee machine than we had before. Next to the office is the Trans-Pennine trail for easy escape by bicycle, although visitors from far afield will be glad to know that we’re also handy for the M1 and Chapeltown Station.
This new release includes several improvements to both charts and overlays, including the ability to have holes in boundaries.
The most significant change is that withdrawn ENC cells are now deleted immediately which is important for Navigation.
More details on the 6.7 release here.
Even better chart management is the main feature of the latest version of Henry.
Along with some nice features such as a graticule display, this release of Henry incorporates several improvements in the way charts are handled. Raster charts will now start up faster and ENCs can be installed faster. The ENC improvements are a prelude to our forthcoming update service ? watch this space.
We have also verified the ENC display against the latest IHO test data set which all worked out pretty well. These are the tests that caused a stir because it showed up display faults in several ECDIS. Henry however is fine.
More details on the 6.6 release here.