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simon3
2010-07-28 18:01:40
Re Mountains by County
Context of comment:The main MountainViews program does a listing for the highest by county but not by all for a county. We do have another general purpose listing program however that can generate a list of all summits divided by county.
Message:Go to LIsts & Logs | Listing Programs | Simple Irish Listings
Click on Sort by County and then sort by height.
Click on show county.
Then Look up database.
Will do what you want. We also have a combined Irish/British listing system.
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