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  1. Quick comment on keeping tension on back guy wires during final stages of lift -When I used to install towers, we would connect ropes using quicklinks to the back guys during the final lift phase. This would allow us to keep adequate tension on the guys through the ropes without standing in the falling radius of the tower.
  2. Hi John, What was the recommendation you made in this case? Also interested.
  3. How about 'first-class' anemometers? How about removing min and max wind direction measurements? Those are two things off the top of my head Thanks for asking, Dave
  4. Hi NRG, Sometimes when I try to batch process a load of RWD files (over a year's worth of daily records for a site), SDR basically ignores my request. However, when I do the exact same process to a smaller subset of files (around a year's worth), the batch process works fine. Does SDR have some limit on the amount of RWD files it can batch process at one time?
  5. UPDATE! - This only existed for data that had trailing zeros, because SRD automatically removes them when data is exported. Thanks to Dave C for pointing that out in a separate email. Original msg: If you are batch processing RWD files and specify in the site info editor window of your NSD file that you want a certain print precision for channels, it will apply that precision only to the immediate individual text file conversions of the RWD file (if you uncheck 'do not output text files' that is). But for any later exports, the print precision reverts to a default, even if a custom one is still specified in the NSD file. This is a minor thing, but has always confused me. Is there a reason behind this?
  6. The solution that worked for me is simply to update SDR software to the newest version, found HERE. I think older versions of SDR have trouble with the new SymphoniePLUS rwd files. I got the error message using Ver. 5.06. Updating to Ver. 6 corrected the problem.
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