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Colour setting directly from mapper window

Added: April 19th, 2005 Total Downloads: 1684
Set MI style foreground (and background)region, line, text or symbol colour by clicking on any mapper containing colour (such as raster, mig, thematic map). The colour is read directly from the...

Advanced Styliser

Added: March 21st, 2005 Total Downloads: 1795
The advanced styliser can analyse a table and apply a unique colour/size/style associated with each unique value in a column. The tool allows you to apply different styles for up to 3 different...

Place text along an object

Added: February 10th, 2005 Total Downloads: 2053
MBX written in MapBasic 6.5 .Place a set of characters along a selected object with the option of rotating the text according to the local direction of the object at that point. Text can be placed...

RegFill

Added: September 26th, 2003 Total Downloads: 2035
RegFill 3.1 is a MapBasic utility that fills selected regions with user specified custom patterns and saves them to a new table. Patterns consisting of points, circles, lines and rectangles can be...

samples4-269.rsc

Added: July 25th, 2000 Total Downloads: 2701
Prints seven 8 1/2" X 11" pages of samples of the standard Maptitude colors, area fills, line types and symbol fonts to see how they look on your printer.

3dline-268.pen

Added: July 5th, 2000 Total Downloads: 3570
The 3DLine.pen is other mapinfow.pen file. For use 3DLine.pen need save original Mapinfow.pen file (rename it) and rename file 3DLine.pen as mapinfow.pen. Or use Mapinfo Line Style editor copy...

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