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The GUI resp. the structure of the WebOffice core client has been totally re-designed and transmits the advantages of the Look & Feel from known desktop applications in the web. The design of the WebOffice core client is based on the concept of ribbons. Ribbons are kind of a toolbar that combine menus and toolbars in one status bar. Additionally the WebOffice core client provides a context menu (right mouse click) for having quick access to the most used tools and functionality. The dynamic processing of information gives the feeling of a desktop application in the web.

 

Note:

Since WebOffice 10.7, the entire WebOffice core user interface has been using the ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4, enabling new functions such as the use of vector tile services or geodetic measurement.

 

The advantages of the WebOffice core client are listed as follows:

Usage of common functionality in context menu (right mouse click)

User defined configuration of common tools via ribbons

Hide/show specific elements of the GUI for getting a full view of the map

Smooth map navigation (zoom/pan)

Powerful map application

 

The WebOffice core client is called via the additional parameter &client=core, e.g. http://<server>:[port]/<WebOffice application>/synserver?project=WebOffice_SampleProject&client=core

 

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The GUI of the WebOffice core client is divided into the following parts:

1.Status Bar

2.Functional Entry Point

3.Main Map Display

4.Ribbons

5.Project Settings

 

The following keyboard shortcuts can be used for interaction in WebOffice core Client:

 

Keyboard shortcut

Description

SHIFT + draw rectangle in map (left mouse button)

Enlarge current area to the drawn rectangle

STRG +  draw rectangle in map (left mouse button)

Reducing the current area to the drawn rectangle

 

In the WebOffice core user interface, values from a clipboard can also be pasted into search query fields via the context menu of the right mouse click instead of using the corresponding keyboard shortcut.

 

Insert values from clipboard via context menu

Insert values from clipboard via context menu

 

Using the Esc-Button you can cancel measuring, editing and markup actions.

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