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Copy Annotation 0.3

Quick Specs

  • Supporting GIS: Maptitude
  • Date Added: November 18th, 2010
  • Modified: November 18th, 2010
  • File size: 86KB
  • Total Downloads: 493
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This add-in allows a user to copy annotations (freehand text; freehand curved text; freehand shapes, lines, and curves; freehand symbols; freehand bitmaps; and north arrows [maps only]) from one Maptitude map to another or from one layout to another.

- You can copy annotations from map to map or from layout to layout, but not from layout to map (or vice-versa).

- You cannot copy maps from layout to layout. You also cannot copy map legends; these are tied to their parent maps.

- Annotations copied from map to map will appear in the same spot on the world (as opposed to the same spot on-screen). The copy will be a different size if the scales of the two maps differ.

Free and open source (GPLv3 license).

Author's Information

Moshe Haspel

oucp.emory.edu

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