So I like Google Analytics, as it makes me feel like these pages are being read by someone. What always surprises me is why people come here, I wonder what it tells me about the world…
Do people really still use the old HP DesignJet 500? How do people not know how to export attribute tables to Excel in ArcGIS? That Feature Construction toolbar must piss people off, yes?!
This months (12th March – 11th April) top pages are very similar to last months:
|1.||HP DesignJet 500 and Windows 7: Yes it does work even without the HPGL2 card! | GeoPlanIT||1,737||31.33%|
|3.||Export attribute tables from ArcGIS to Excel. | GeoPlanIT||360||6.49%|
|4.||PhotoShop: Unknown or invalid JPEG marker type… | GeoPlanIT||258||4.65%|
|5.||To Unity and Beyond? QGIS, ArcGIS, SketchUp Pro/Free, CityEngine and Unity | GeoPlanIT||136||2.45%|
|6.||ArcGIS 10 – Turn Off the “Feature Construction” toolbar. | GeoPlanIT||130||2.34%|
|7.||cityengine | GeoPlanIT||96||1.73%|
|8.||A very quick Rule Wizard for CityEngine tutorial | GeoPlanIT||95||1.71%|
|9.||ArcGIS : Using Query Builder to display certain features (multiple) | GeoPlanIT||92||1.66%|
|10.||Solution: Very slow printer dialog boxes in Windows (network printers) | GeoPlanIT||69||1.24%|
I’ve just come back from an extended vacation/holiday in Canada, please accept my apologies for non-postings and tweets. Normal (ish) service will resume as soon as I’ve figured out what time it is….
I follow a few blogs and one of them is the Planning Portal director’s blog. For those who don’t know the Planning Portal is a central website/gov IT project that allows for the submission of Planning applications electronically to your local authority whilst also holding lots of information and news relating to planning. I personally think it’s a great site/IT project that shows that government IT projects can work.
Anyway they’ve released a new mini-guide to help, interested parties figure ou what exactly they can be build under ‘Permitted Development’ (i.e. no Planning Permission required) in the UK.