Redlining (Point)

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The Draw Point command Red point icon.PNG allows you to add new point features to the map:

Red point example.png

The values which appear on the top-right of the mouse symbol when you hover the mouse over the map correspond to the x- and y-coordinates of the point feature. When plotting a point, there are basically two methods to specify the geographical position of that point:

Method 1: Mouse-Controlled

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Hover the mouse cursor over the map until the cursor turns into a cross hair, and click on the respective position to plot the point.

Adjusting the position The point is drawn on the clicked position
Red point example2.png Red point example3.png

Method 2: Capture window

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The Capture window opens automatically when you choose a command from the Redline tab. You can specify the exact geographical parameters of the point, including the easting/northing values and the altitude of the point, which is particularly important for three-dimensional datasets. Type the corresponding values into the respective text box, and click Lock deactivated.png to turn it into Lock activated.png. This locks the mouse-based positioning mode and causes the point to be placed at the exact position specified in the text box. You can also leave a text box unlocked, for example, the easting value, causing the point to be plotted somewhere along a horizontal linear line.

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GMSC 2014

Point style.png

It is possible to change the style of the redlining point directly in GeoMedia Smart Client. The above shown figure opens automatically if you click on Draw Point.

Field Description
Pointtype Select a point type:
  • square:
Sld edit point square.png
  • circle:
Sld edit point circle.png
  • triangle:
Sld edit point tringle.png
  • star:
Sld edit point star.png
  • cross:
Sld edit point cross.png
  • x:
Sld edit point x.png
Color A small window opens where you can select a specific color.
Blue.pngThe last chosen color will stay for every redlining element.

Size Type in a desired size
Blue.pngSize is in pixel.

Blue.pngConfirm the size with a click on the Enter button on your keyboard.

The following figure shows different styles of redlining points.
Point result.png

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