gvSIG User manual – Preference window – Map preferences. This section of the preference window can be used to customise how you wish to work with. Common options. Introduction; Properties; Placement; Visualisation; Allow label overlapping. Common options. Introduction. Regardless of. With this tool you can select which geometric properties to calculate for a visible vector layer in the current view, and then save these properties.

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Regardless of which advanced labelling method is chosen, there are some options that are common to all three methods. These options provide a great degree of control over the configuration of the labels. These options are accessible via the buttons on the labelling tab of the Layer properties dialog box and are described below. Select a style picture as a background for the labels. Clicking the ‘Select’ button opens the following dialog box:.

This is where all the label styles are saved by clicking the ‘Save’ gvsgi. Once a label style has been selected, it is possible to modify its properties by clicking the ‘Properties’ button. This opens a dialog box shown below where the user can insert one or more text boxes in which to place the different label expressions that have been created. Mannual text boxes can also be moved or deleted and it is also possible to upload a new image from disk. It is not possible to apply a background style if the label orientation is set to “Following the line” see the Placement section below.

Clicking the Placement button opens the Placement properties dialog box where the following properties can be configured: The options available in this dialog box will depend on the geometry of the layer in question point, line or polygon:. This options allows the user to place the labels on top of the points, or else to offset them around the points. In the latter case, the label position can be selected manjal pre-defined placement configurations, which are accessed by clicking the Change location button.

This mnaual the Placement priorities selector from where existing placement styles can be selected.


It is also possible to modify a placement style by highlighting it and clicking the Properties button:. By using the tools on the right and applying them to the location grid on the left it is possible to gvsjg the label position priority relative to ggsig point:. Here it is possible to choose between ‘Remove duplicate labels’ eliminate any duplicate labels and only draw one label per feature’Place one label per feature’, and ‘Place one label per feature part’ in the case of multipoint features.

The label can be oriented horizontally, parallel gbsig perpendicular to the line, or can be set to follow the line. If the layer is a polygon layer, the Placement properties dialog box provides the following options:.

Labels can be set to be always horizontal, or else to follow the orientation of the polygons always straight. There is also an option for fitting the labels inside the polygons. This last option is used to ensure that labels are placed inside polygons even if they have islands, or are U-shaped. In the case of multigeometry layers dwg, dxf, gml These tabs are identical to those shown above.

Clicking the ‘Visualisation’ button opens a dialog box which allows configuration of the range of scales at which labels will be shown. The user can choose to use the same scale range as the feature layer set under the General tab of the layer properties dialogor else can specify a scale range at which the labels will be visible this scale range is independent of the range applied to the geometries of manula layer. In the example shown above, labels in the view are only displayed between the scales of 1: If this box is checked then all labels are drawn, even if they overlap each other.

If this box is left unchecked, only non-overlapping labels are drawn and all overlapping labels are eliminated. Personal tools Log in. New features Improvements Known problems Other notes. New Features Improvements Known problems Gvig notes.

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The createLayer method of the LayerFactory class is deprecated. How do I create a raster layer? Create operations Register operations Operation invocation. Common options Introduction Properties Placement Visualisation Allow label overlapping Common options Introduction Regardless of which advanced labelling method is chosen, there are some options that are common to all three methods.

Properties The ‘Properties’ button provides access to a large number of label options. Clicking this button opens the dialog box shown in the figure below: Version notes General information New features Improvements. Version notes New features Other notes Improvements Gcsig problems. Version notes New features Improvements Known problems Other notes.

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