The Markup tool provides functionality to make map notes, which can be used for easy exchange of drawing sketches via E-Mail. Additionally, it is possible to configure Markup styles which will later be available in the WebOffice core client.

 

Markup tool configuration

Markup tool configuration

 

Property

Description

Use tool?

Control if this tool is available in the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 Client or not.

Support orthogonal measuring?

Specifies if orthogonal measuring should be supported by displaying 3 construction points near the mouse pointer.

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See chapter Measure Distance for appearance of this function.

Measure use background color?

Use text background color for display of measured values (Yes/No).

Measure background color

Text background color for display of measured values. Please enter RGB-values in the left box or use the color picker.

Markup-Textlength

Maximum Markup text length.

Font

Font for Markup text.

Font style

Font style for Markup text.

Text size

Default text size (font size)

Text color

Color of Markup text.

Use background color?

Use text background color as default.

Background color?

Text background color.

Outline color

Text outline color.

Scale text?

Defines if the font size should scale with the map scale (true) or stay a fixed text size (false).

Show style dialog?

Specifies whether the style dialog is visible in the tool form or not.

Line width/point size

Defines the line width/point size of the markup geometry.

Shape color

Color of point/line/area freehand shape.

Fill color

Fill color of area shape.

Transparency level of fill color

Transparency level of fill color [0..100%].

Markup can be used as selection geometry?

Specifies, whether drawn points, lines and areas can also be used as selection geometries.

Enable using selection geometry?

Allows use of selection geometry as markup.

Markup tool properties

 

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See chapter Markup Style for details about the configuration of markup styles.

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

See chapter Draw for more details about the measure/drawing tools in the WebOffice core client.