|Smart Client||Overview • Launching GMSC • User Interface Client • Dimensioning • FeatureInspector • Measure • Redlining • Edit Redline Geometries • Printing • Queries • Snapping • Bookmark Manager • Synchronize Cache • Shortcuts|
|Redlining||Point • Text • Polyline • Arc by tangents • Polygon • Rectangle • Buffer Geometry • Edit Geometries • Copy Geometries • Delete Geometries|
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
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|
Method 2: Capture window
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 to turn it into . 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.
|Pointtype||Select a point type:|
|Color|| A small window opens where you can select a specific color.
|Size||Type in a desired size