After installing or updating the Quickmap data, you can get this error: Error 339 (Component ‘Mscomctl.ocx’ or one of its dependencies not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid) in procedure Main of Module ModMain To fix error 339, Continue reading Error 339: Component ‘Mscomctl.ocx’ Or One Of Its Dependencies Not Correctly Registered
If you want to find out where Quickmap is installed, you can do this by opening Help from the Quickmap menu and clicking About Quickmap. The Program Folder section will tell you where Quickmap is installed, and the Data Folder section will Continue reading How Can I Tell Where QuickMap Is Installed?
When trying to run Quickmap, you get this error: Quickmap Cannot View This File Version. Please Update Your Quickmap Software And Try Again. Upgrade Required This is because Quickmap is unable to contact either: The underlying Quickmap data folder. Perhaps Continue reading Quickmap Cannot View This File Version
Quickmap seems to automatically know which layers to open, but what tells Quickmap which layers to open when you start Quickmap? Answer: The database Qmap.mdb in the local data folder under qmap.exe (e.g. if you run C:\Qmap\Qmap.exe it will use Continue reading How Does Quickmap Know Which Layers To Open?
We understand that support is important to you, and we are always looking for ways to improve. To this end, we have created a new website that makes it easier for you to find answers to any questions you may Continue reading New Quickmap Website – Improved Support
To install Quickmap via SCCM, you simply have to: Install a server installation of Quickmap to install the data on a centrally accessible file server. Create a package in SCCM pointing to the Quickmap installer (with command line parameters to Continue reading How To Install Quickmap Via SCCM
We hope you had a good break over Christmas, and like us, are looking forward to 2018. Custom Software was busy in 2017 enhancing Quickmap, and we are excited to be in a position to release a new version of Continue reading Happy New Year From Quickmap
When you run Quickmap, you can get this error: Please wait while Windows configures AutoCAD LT 2015 This is because AutoCAD LT 2015 has modified the Microsoft ADO components (which are shared, preinstalled Microsoft components also used by Quickmap). To fix Continue reading Please Wait While Windows Configures AutoCAD LT 2015
In the most recent data update, we have made it easier to find your property with the address search by removing the suburb name where they are not required to make the address unique, and use just the major locality name. Continue reading More Improvements To Street Address Searching
Before installing Quickmap on a Terminal Server / Citrix server, you need to determine your space requirements, which will in turn effect the type of install that you do. If you have enough space on each Terminal Server for a Typical Continue reading How To Install Quickmap on a Terminal Server / Citrix Server