Changes between Version 68 and Version 69 of Help/Dialog/LayerList


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2017-12-28T00:39:50+01:00 (4 months ago)
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Klumbumbus
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During the upload process the icon changes to source:trunk/images/clock.png.

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  • Help/Dialog/LayerList

    v68 v69  
    1313There are different types of layers. Each has a Context Menu accessed from the right mouse button which provides operations on the layer.
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    15  * [[Image(source:trunk/images/layer/osmdata_small.png)]] **OSM Data** Layer [wiki:Help/Menu/OSMLayer (context menu)]: holds the OpenStreetMap data (nodes, ways, relations).
     15 * [[Image(source:trunk/images/layer/osmdata_small.png)]] **OSM Data** Layer [wiki:Help/Menu/OSMLayer (context menu)]: holds the OpenStreetMap data (nodes, ways, relations). During the upload process the icon changes to [[Image(source:trunk/images/clock.png,15)]].
    1616 * [[Image(source:trunk/images/layer/gpx_small.png)]] **GPX** Layer [wiki:Help/Menu/GPXLayer (context menu)]: holds the GPS data loaded from your local hard disk (by using the open dialog to load GPX files) or from openstreetmap. The context menu (right mouse click on layer in layer list) allows to set special properties for different gps layers (different colors, line style, etc.).
    1717 * [[Image(source:trunk/images/layer/marker_small.png)]] **Marker** Layer [wiki:Help/Menu/Marker (context menu)]: Markers are specially identified points on the track. They come in four varieties: simple named markers, audio markers, image markers and web markers. They are created as a side effect of opening a GPX file, containing waypoints from that file, or from a set of waypoints artificially constructed using the context menu entry Make Sampled Audio Layer on the GPX layer, which produces only audio markers.