Measure Point tool in the WebOffice core client

Measure Point tool in the WebOffice core client

 

Create a Measured Point

After clicking the Measure Point tool you can directly start creating a measured point in the main map display. You can choose the redlining style and use snapping if it is configured. In case you are using measuring with points, unit settings have no functionality here, because it will only show the point coordinates using the geodata units. Additionally, the coordinates will be displayed below the checkbox and can be copied to the clipboard by pressing the button in the top right corner of the blue box.

 

Measuring a point in the WebOffice core client

Measuring a point in the WebOffice core client

 

After the point has been placed in the map by clicking the left mouse button once it is still possible to change the style of the point. If all settings are fine, either double-click into the map to finish the point directly or press Add Feature in the tool dialog.

 

Pressing Send Email will let you open your mail program and send an email with a state id link that includes the saved redlining that has been created in this session.

Note: See chapter Email Map for details about what is saved in a state.

 

Edit a Measured Point

If you have placed a point but want to change it afterwards, expand the Current Objects section of the tool dialog and select the object you want to edit. To find the right object either select the object and look where the vertex turns green and larger or press the magnifier button to zoom to the selected object. Click the pencil button in order to be able to move the point to another position. Then finish as described above.

 

Selecting objects and zoom to them in the WebOffice core client

Selecting objects and zoom to them in the WebOffice core client

 

Delete a Measured Point

There are several options to delete a measure point:

1.If you have not pressed Add Feature (or double-clicked the point) so far you can delete the point via the context menu (right mouse click on the vertex).

2.You can open the Current Objects section and click the button to delete a specific object or press Remove All.

3.Click the Clear Selection tool to remove ALL redlining objects

 

Three options to delete a measure point in the WebOffice core client

Three options to delete a measure point in the WebOffice core client

 

Use Selection

It is possible to use existing selections as input geometry for the point measurement.

This makes it possible to easily dimension one or more selected objects (point, line, area) with regard to their vertices.

 

Use selection in WebOffice core client

Use selection in WebOffice core client

 

Note: See chapter Measure Point for details about the tool configuration in WebOffice author standalone.

Note: See chapter Snap Layers for details about the configuration of snap layers in WebOffice author standalone.

Note: See chapter Measure/Markup for general information about working with measuring tools in the WebOffice core client.