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Navigate Around the Map
Interactive maps provide many choices for displaying information, searching for more details, and moving around the map. Most
navigation uses the mouse, but at times you may also use a key press in combination with scrolling the mouse wheel or dragging
across the map.
If you’re using a touch screen, touch a spot on the map and move your finger to move the map around. Double tap or pinch
outwards to zoom in. Pinch inwards to zoom out.
On the desktop map, you can use the following controls:
To...
Do this...
Pan or move the map.
Click on the map and drag in any direction.
Pan left or right.
Press the Left- or Right-arrow keys.
Pan up or down.
Press the Up- or Down-arrow keys.
Zoom in or out.
Press the Plus + key to zoom in. Press the Minus - key to zoom out.
Zoom in or out.
Scroll the mouse wheel away from you to zoom in; towards you to zoom out.
or
Use the Zoom Slider:
Click the Plus + or Minus - to zoom in or out.
Drag the marker up and down.
Zoom in to a specific region on the
map.
Press SHIFT and drag a rectangle around the area you want to zoom in to. To find
detailed information on zooming go to Use the Pan and Zoom Tools.
Open/Close the Toolbar.
Double-click the title bar, or click the Show/Hide the Toolbar button.
Open the context menu.
Right-click on the map. This menu changes depending on the map and how the
application is configured.
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The Main Screen
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The Viewer Interface | Main Screen
When you open the Viewer, you see a screen similar to the one below. Different versions of the Viewer may contain a different map
and some extra features, but it is likely to have most of the features described. In the example below, all the navigation elements
like the Toolbar, the Information Panel, the I Want To menu and the Overview Map are visible so that they can be described.
Normally, at least some of these elements would be hidden.
Navigation features in the main screen of the Viewer
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Screen Element
Title Bar: Displays the title of the application and the logo or name of a particular organization.
Toolbar: The Toolbar contains the tools that control how you interact with the map. In some applications, there are
several sets of tools that are grouped by function. In more complex application, the toolbar can have multiple tabs
containing groups of tools.
Information Panel: The Information Panel is an area that has multiple purposes. It is used to list important
information, for example, it displays Map Layers where you can select different layers to hide or show on the map. If
you do a search or you use an Identify tool, it displays a list of map features in the Results List. At other times, the
Information Panel contains a menu that you can use to perform tasks, for example, print or export the map. Each
time you use the panel for a new function, it is opened in a separate tab that appears at the bottom of the panel.
You can click each tab to return to that function.
Zoom slider: Use this slider to zoom in or out on the map by clicking the + or - or by dragging the marker up and
down.
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Screen Element
I Want To Menu: A menu of shortcuts to frequently-used tools. This menu tries to anticipate what you will want to
do most often.
Map: The map window where you interact with the map by zooming, panning, annotating, or right-clicking to get
more information.
Search box: You can type in the name of a feature to search for it on the map. It is also possible to search map
services.
Base Map menu: Lists the Base Maps that you can select, for example, a street view that shows a map or an image
view that shows satellite images. The Base Map menu also lists any Layer Themes if there are any in this application.
Toolbar icon: Shows or hides the Toolbar when you click the icon.
The Show Layers/Show Legend button: Allows you to toggle between the map legend and the map layers in the
Information Panel. The legend only displays symbols for the layers that are active on the map. The legend items
change with the scale of the map.
The Filter in the bottom right corner of the Information Panel allows you to limit the information listed in the panel.
Information Panel tabs: Displays a tab for each function you open in the Information Panel. Click a tab to activate
that function in the Information Panel.
Scale: The current scale of the map.
Map Tip: Map tips appear when you click on a feature listed in the Results List, or when you use one of the Identify
tools. In some maps, if you hover over a feature on the map, a map tip appears.
Click View Additional Details to find more information about the feature in the map tip.
Click Add To Selected to add this feature to the Selected list. You can then find the feature later by clicking the
Selected icon
in the Information Panel.
Overview Map: Displays a thumbnail of the whole map with the current view shown as a small square on the map.
The Overview Map is an orientation tool to identify which part of the overall map you are currently zoomed in to. To
hide the Overview Map, click the arrow in the top left corner.
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About the Toolbar
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The Viewer Interface | The Toolbar | About the Toolbar
The toolbar in the application can contain any number of tools, groups of tools, or tabs containing several groups of tools. The
Geocortex Viewer for HTML5 is usually customized to suit a particular purpose. Customization means that the toolbar of your
application may be very different depending on how it is going to be used.
A simple application may have only one toolbar tab with a few essential tools available.
Example of a simple toolbar
A complex application may have multiple tabs each containing many groups of tools grouped by function.
Example of a complex toolbar showing multiple tabs and groups of tools
A toolbar may contain tools that are arranged differently. It is also possible that groups or individual tools have a different name or
icon.
The toolbar is usually not visible when you first open the map. To open the toolbar, either:
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Double-click anywhere on the title bar.
Click the Show Toolbar icon in the top right corner of the map.
Show Toolbar icon
Because each Geocortex Viewer for HTML5 is likely to have a different set of tools in the toolbar, the topics that follow contain a list
of all the possible tools. The tools sets are grouped by a common function as they are likely to also be grouped on a toolbar. For
example, the tools used for editing the map are in one group and the tools used for navigation in another.
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Home Tools
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The Viewer Interface | The Toolbar | Home Tools
Most of Home tools help you to move around the map, for example, zoom, pan or jump to specific views or bookmarks.
Use this tool...
To...
Pan (move) the map in any direction. To pan the map, click on it and drag in any direction.
Use the Pan tool to return to panning when you have used other tools.
Pan (move) the map in any direction. To pan the map, click on it and drag in any direction.
Use the Pan tool to return to panning when you have used other tools.
Zoom in when you click on the map.
Zoom out when you click on the map.
Return to the original view (extent) that the map was at when it opened.
Zoom out to as far as the map goes to show the full extent of the map.
Return to the previous view (extent)..
When you have gone back to a previous view, jump forward to the next view again.
Identify information found at any point that you click on the map.
Select a scale to jump to from those in a predefined list, or type in a scale to go to.
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To...
Jump to a bookmark that was previously added to the map.
To add a bookmark for the current extent, click the plus +, enter a name, and then click OK.
Open the Print Map dialog box where you can select the Layout, Output Format, Resolution,
and Scale to print the map.
Open the Export a Map Image dialog box and select the image format that you want to
export the map into.
Open the Reports panel where you can select the Report Type and Output Format of the
report. You can also select an area of the current map to report on using Point, Freehand,
Polygon, or Rectangle.
Open the Export a Map Image dialog box and select the image format that you want to
export the map into.
Turn on and off the ability to hover over the map and see the coordinates for that location.
Open the full Help file with Table of Contents or open a specific topic in the help file based
on where you currently are in the application.
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The Viewer Interface | The Toolbar | Data Sources Tools
The Data Sources tools find and add information to the map. You are likely to see these tools in several different tabs on the
toolbar.
Use this tool...
To...
Show the layer list in the Map Layers panel.
Open a wizard that steps you through adding a Map Service with its layers to
the map. You can select from a configured list of services or enter a URL to a
map service.
Also called Re-Order. Open a list of dynamic layers in the Information Pane
and rearrange the order in which the layers are drawn on the map.
Open a Layer Catalog of dynamic layers and select a layer to add to the map.
This tool is only active if the map service is enabled for dynamic layers and
attached to a custom Layer Catalog containing dynamic layers.
Open a navigation window so that you can find and add a shapefile to the
map.
Open a navigation window so that you can find and add a comma-delimited
spreadsheet (CSV) with data to the map.
Also called Address file. Open a dialog box and navigate to a CSV file or
XLS/XLSX file to import batches of addresses to add to the map as a graphics
layer.
Open the current map view in Bing Maps, where you can use all the Bing map
tools. When you are in Bing Maps, you can see the original map and the Bing
map side-by-side. If you move either map, the other map tracks the
movement.
Open the current location in Google Maps, where you can use all the Google
Maps tools. When you are in Google maps, you can see the original map and
the Google map side-by-side. If you move either map, the other map tracks
the movement.
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Open a wizard in the Information Panel so that you can first select the layers,
then the area, and then the format into which to output the data.
Open the same wizard as the Extract Layers tool so that you can select the
data layers to extract, define the area and the format for the data, and then
email the package.
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Find Tools
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The Viewer Interface | The Toolbar | Find Tools
The Find tools help you locate information as well as measure, manipulate, and analyze data.
Use this tool...
To...
Identify data at a particular point anywhere on the map. All the features beneath the
point you click are listed in the Results List.
Identify features by drawing a line in any direction on the map. All the features that
intersect with the line you draw are listed in the Results List.
Identify features by dragging a line in any direction on the map. All the features that
intersect with the line you draw are listed in the Results List.
Identify features by drawing a segmented shape over an area on the map. All the
features beneath the shape you draw are listed in the Results List.
Identify features by drawing a rectangle over an area on the map. All the features
beneath the shape you draw are listed in the Results List.
Add a measured area around each area you identify.
Define the layers to include or exclude in the identify process. If the list has too many
items, a filter appears. You can then type text into the filter to reduce the number of
items to only those that contain that text.
Turn on the map tips so that they appear when you click features on the map.
Turn map tips on or off for specific layers. If the list has too many items, a filter appears.
You can then type text into the filter to reduce the number of items to only those that
contain that text.
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Use this tool...
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Open the Advanced Filter Builder in the Information Pane. The Advanced Filter Builder
makes it possible use operators to create filters that exclude data from the map,
making it easier to focus on the data that is most important.
Open the Simple Query Buider. The Simple Query Builder makes it possible to specify a
search by layer, field, and values. It is also possible to add multiple conditions to a
search.
Open the Advanced Query Builder in the Information Pane. The Advanced Query
Builder makes it possible to create SQL statements in order to create complex queries
of the layers, fields and field values on the map.
Start the specialized Address by Location tool. Click any point on the map to see the
address at that location in the Results List.
Open a specialized Address Search tool in the Information Panel. Type in an address
(or a portion of the address) and click Search.
Display the results of the latest search in the Results List.
Show all the features that you have added to the Selected list. You add items to
Selected by clicking the
beside the feature in the Results List.
Measure distances on the map by drawing a segmented line.
Measure an area of the map by drawing a shape.
Add the distance or area measurement to the map as a drawing.
Erase a drawing by clicking it.
Clear all the drawings on the current map.
Shows the final measurements of a drawing. This graphic is indicating the perimeter
length and area of a polygon.
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To...
Change the unit of measurement on a drawing to other options like Yards, Meters,
Nautical Miles etc.
Open the Manually Enter Coordinates dialog box where you can select a coordinate
system and then enter known coordinates to find a particular feature. You can also add
the coordinate to the map as a callout and pan to that coordinate when you click OK.
Place a callout on the map for every point you click.
Clear any coordinate callouts you added to the map.
Find the coordinates at any point on the map by clicking on an area and reading the
result in this box. If you click the Plot Coordinates tool and then click the map, the
coordinates for each place you click appear on the map.
Select a different Coordinate System.
See also...
Use the Identify Tools
Measure Distance and Area on the Map
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Drawing Tools
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The Viewer Interface | The Toolbar | Drawing Tools
The Tasks tools represent a variety of tasks including printing, running reports, exporting, viewing the results of searches,
annotating the map and specialized searches.
Use this tool...
To...
Draw a Point on the map. The shape, size, color and transparency of the point can be set
using tools that appear on the toolbar when you select one of the drawing tools.
These tools change based on which drawing tool you select.
Draw freely on the map in any direction. You can change a Freehand line by changing the
style, thickness, color, and transparency of the line can be set.
Draw a straight Line or click to change the line and draw in a new direction. The style,
thickness, color, and transparency of the line can be set.
Draw a Polygon on the map, clicking to change direction. Double-click to stop drawing.
You can set the thickness, color, and transparency of the border and the color and
transparency of the fill.
Draw a Rectangle on the map. Click and drag across the map. You can set the thickness,
color, and transparency of the border and the color and transparency of the fill.
Draw an Arrow on the map. Drag in different directions to change the shape and size of
the arrow. You can set the thickness, color, and transparency of the border and the color
and transparency of the fill.
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Draw a circle on the map. Drag into the center or outwards to change the size of the circle.
You can set the thickness, color, and transparency of the border and the color and
transparency of the fill.
Draw an Ellipse on the map. Drag in different directions to change the shape and size of
the ellipse. You can edit the thickness, color, and transparency of the border and the color
and transparency of the fill.
Draw a Triangle on the map. Drag in different directions to change the shape, size and
direction of the triangle. You can edit the thickness, color, and transparency of the border
and the color and transparency of the fill.
Add Text to the map. Click on the map and type the text. You can edit the font, size, color,
transparency and angle or rotation of the text. You can add multiple lines of text by
pressing SHIFT+ENTER. You can also select layer and field information to add to the label.
Undo the most recent edits to a drawing.
Redo the most recent edits to a drawing.
Edit any text or drawing added to the map. Rotate the drawing by clicking and dragging
the square above the marquee in the middle of the graphic. Move text by dragging it.
Rotate text by selecting it and adjusting the angle on the toolbar. To edit shapes or lines,
click the drawing and drag any of the points in any direction to change the shape of your
drawing.To edit text labels, click Edit Drawing and then the text. Type in new next.
Clear all the drawings on the map at the same time.
Erase drawings from the map one at a time by clicking on each one.
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Extract drawings you have added to the map, add them to a shapefile and then download
them.
Select which layers to allow snapping. It is a good idea to limit these layers.
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Analysis Tools
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The Viewer Interface | The Toolbar | Analysis Tools
The Analysis tools help you measure and analyze data.
Use this tool...
To...
Measure distances on the map by drawing a segmented line.
Measure an area of the map by drawing a shape.
Add the distance or area measurement to the map as a drawing.
Erase a drawing by clicking it.
Clear all the drawings on the current map.
Shows the final measurements of a drawing. This graphic is indicating the perimeter
length and area of a polygon.
Change the unit of measurement on a drawing to other options like Yards, Meters,
Nautical Miles etc.
Open the Manually Enter Coordinates dialog box where you can select a coordinate
system and then enter known coordinates to find a particular feature. You can also add
the coordinate to the map as a callout and pan to that coordinate when you click OK.
Place a callout on the map for every point you click.
Clear any coordinate callouts you added to the map.
Find the coordinates at any point on the map by clicking on an area and reading the
result in this box. If you click the Plot Coordinates tool and then click the map, the
coordinates for each place you click appear on the map.
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Use this tool...
To...
Select a different Coordinate System.
See also...
Use the Identify Tools
Measure Distance and Area on the Map
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Editing Tools
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The Viewer Interface | The Toolbar | Editing Tools
The Editing tools include tools that add and edit features, geometries, and their attributes. These tools also allow you to copy
features from another layers to the current editing layer so that you can edit the copied features. Additional tools like Edit
Geometry, Edit Attributes, Align to Edge, Create Intersection Vertices, Cut, Reshape, and Union are tools that give you greater
control when you edit features on the map.
Use this tool...
To...
Select a layer to edit.
The layer that you select in this tool, affects all the other editing tools.
If the layer you select has feature templates, then the Add Feature tool changes to a
drop-down list of predefined features based on the templates. Templates define the default
attributes for when you create new features.
Add a feature to the map.
The Add Feature tool changes depending on the layer you select in the Edit Layer drop-down
list. If the layer you selected has feature templates, then the Add Feature tool changes to a
drop-down list of templates that you can add. Features based on templates have their
attributes predefined.
Find features that you can then copy to the editing layer.
Select the layers that you want to use as the source when you copy features to the current
active layer.
Edit the geometry of a existing feature. Use the Edit Geometry tool to move or manipulate
the vertices (points) of an existing geometry.
Open the Edit Attributes dialog box when you click on a feature. In the Edit Attributes dialog
box, you can then edit the attributes of that feature.
Automatically detect the edges of a feature to make it easy to create a complex path.
Select two intersecting features to detect their intersecting points, then select the each
detected point to create a vertices that you can use for the Align to Edge tool.
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Select features so that you can perform other actions on them.
Deselect any feature that you click after you activate this tool.
Clear the selection from all the features that are currently selected.
Delete the feature or edits that are currently selected.
Cut a selected feature or geometry into pieces that can be moved apart and treated as new,
separate features.
Change the shape of a feature or markup.
Enable Edge Snapping so that you can snap precisely to lines when you add or edit features
or markup.
Activate the ability to draw freely on the map when you create a feature. The Freehand
Editing tool only works for polyline and polygon layers.
Select which layers to allow snapping. It is a good idea to limit these layers.
Join multiple selected geometries into a single geometry. Only activates when more than one
geometry or markup is selected.
Save any changes made.
If this tool is present on the toolbar, you need to click Save Edits before any changes you
make are saved to the database. If the Save Edits tool is absent, changes are saved
automatically.
Cancel any changes or edits you made.
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The Viewer Interface | The Information Panel | The Information Panel
The Information Panel is a multi-use panel that displays many kinds of data. At times, for example when using the Extract Layer
tools, it turns into a wizard that steps you through multiple pages. When you do a search or use the Identify tools, the results of the
search or selection display in the Information Panel and it is then referred to as the Results List. When you activate map layers, the
panel is referred to as the Map Layers list or the Layer List.
To resize the Information Panel, hover over the divider until your cursor changes to a double arrow and then drag left or right.
Cursor changes to a double arrow
Each tool that uses the Information Panel has an icon. As you work with a map and use different tools, their icons remain in the
Toolbar at the bottom of the pane so that you can quickly return to that tool by clicking its icon.
Information Panel with multiple kinds of data displayed
One of the main functions of the Information Panel is to display search results, or list selected features when you use an Identify
tool. When you use these tools, any results are listed in the Information Panel and the title bar changes to Results. In this mode, the
panel is referred as the Results List.
For more information about using the Results List, go to Use the Results List.
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Another important list that appears in the Information Panel is Map Layers, which is sometimes referred to as the Layer List.
Map Layers open when you click the arrow
beside the I Want To menu, or the Show Layers tool on the toolbar.
Show Layers tool
Because maps often have many layers, the layers in the Map Layers list are organized into groups that you can collapse and expand.
When you first open the Map Layers, some groups may be open while others are closed. Similarly, some layers may be visible on
the map while others are not. Beside each layer or layer group, there is a check box that is used to turn a layer on
or off .
Beside layer groups, there is a plus icon or minus icon that you use to expand or collapse the layers inside the group. Expanding
and collapsing groups does not change which layers are visible on the map—it simply helps you stay organized. The transparency
slider beside some layers makes it possible to make that layer transparent so that you can see other layers through them.
Layers listed in groups
At the bottom of the Map Layers, is theShow Layers/Show Legendbutton that makes it possible to quickly toggle between the
layer view and the Map Legend.
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Legend displayed in the Map Layers
For more information about using the Map Layers, go toUse Layers.
See also...
Use the Results List
Use Layers
View Features and Attributes
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The Viewer Interface | I Want To Menu
When the map first opens, this menu is an orange button on the map
. When you click the down arrow, the I Want
To menu displays a list of tools that are used often. Essentially, this menu is a shortcut to the tasks that you are likely to want to do
more often than others.
The I Want To menu may look different in the map you are using if some of the tools have been added or deleted from the menu.
I Want To menu - open
See also...
The Context Menu
About the Toolbar
The Information Panel
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The Viewer Interface | The Context Menu
The context menu opens when you right-click on the map. The options you see in the context menu may change depending on the
map you are using or where on the screen you click.
Context menu options
The default options in the context menu include:
Center Map Here: Centers the current view of the map at the point that you right-clicked.
What's Here: Lists all the features at the point on the map that you clicked.
Draw a Point: Draws a point where you clicked.
Add Some Text: Opens a text box at the place you right-clicked so that you can type in the text you want to add.
Export a Map Image: Opens the Export a Map Image dialog box for you to choose the format that you want to use when
you export the map.
Open Google Street View Here: Opens the Google Street View image of the point on the map where you right-clicked.
Google Street View opened at the point on the map that was clicked
See also...
I Want To Menu
The Information Panel
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The Viewer Interface | The Overview Map
The Overview Map is a small view of the full map showing the current view as a blue square. Seeing the current view in relation to
the whole map helps you orient yourself on the overall map.
Overview Map open in the bottom right corner of the map
To open the Overview Map:
1. Click the arrow icon
in the bottom right corner of the map.
To close the Overview Map:
1. Click the arrow in the top left corner for the Overview Map.
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