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Weather on Chart Application
10-08-17, 06:32 PM
Post: #1
Weather on Chart Application
I am unable to remove the display of what I believe are wave heights when using the chart application on my MFD.

I have system consisting of the following components: eS128, eS97, RD424HD, CP470, SR150 and EV-200 Autopilot. All are networked via STng and HS-5 switch. All components are updated to current software versions as of 10/7/2017.

When using the "chart" application on either display, it appears that the "wave heights" feature is turned, and I cannot find how to turn it off. The "overlays" page lists "NOWrad" as the only weather-related feature, and neither changing the transparency nor hiding this overlay has any effect. When I hide wave heights in the display graphics menu of the weather app, it only affects that app, but not the overlay in the "chart" app. I know that I must be missing a simple step somewhere, but I want the option of looking at a "clean" chart when navigating.

Thank you!!
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10-09-17, 01:04 PM
Post: #2
RE: Weather on Chart Application
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Stan,

The MFD's Chart application is not designed to support overlaying the chart with any weather graphics layers other than NOWRAD. You may want to consider performing a System Settings Reset (HOME->SET-UP->MAINTENANCE->SYSTEM SETTINGS RESET) to restore the MFD to its factory settings. Alternatively, should you use the MFD's Screen Capture feature (POWER->SCREEN CAPTURE) to capture the screen's image to a .png file to be stored on the microSD memory within the MFD's memory card reader, and then attach the .png file to this thread for further analysis, then we may be able to advise you further.
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10-09-17, 07:13 PM
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RE: Weather on Chart Application
I'll grab a screen capture next time I'm at the boat...Probably not for a couple of weeks.
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10-10-17, 08:18 AM
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RE: Weather on Chart Application
Noted.
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