Changes between Version 15 and Version 16 of AdvancedStylization


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Mar 7, 2013 3:17:19 PM (5 years ago)
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davidwilhelmsson
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  • AdvancedStylization

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    2525These are sample packages that help to explain specific concepts in advanced stylization.  When you download these, please be aware that some browsers (Internet Explorer for sure) will try to rename them to .zip.  Once they are downloaded, please ensure they have a .mgp extension before trying to import them into !MapGuide.
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    27  * [/mapguide/attachment/wiki/AdvancedStylization/ImageSymbolDemo.mgp?format=raw Image Symbol Demo] - This package imports into '''!Library://SymbolDemo/''' and contains a series of symbols showing how to reference image files, including: how to include these symbols in a !LayerDefinition, how to scale using map units, and how to expose attributes such as rotation to be overridden at the layer level. Once you have imported the package, preview the Map to see how the symbols appear (try zooming in and out to see how one is in !MappingUnits and the others are in !DisplayUnits).  Then explore the Layer in XML mode to see how these are referenced, including an override of the rotation angle of one symbol and setting another to be in fixed mapping units.  Finally, explore the symbol definitions themselves to see how to expose overridable parameters and to combine rasters with vectors in a single symbol.
     27 * [attachment:ImageSymbolDemo.mgp?format=raw Image Symbol Demo] - This package imports into '''!Library://SymbolDemo/''' and contains a series of symbols showing how to reference image files, including: how to include these symbols in a !LayerDefinition, how to scale using map units, and how to expose attributes such as rotation to be overridden at the layer level. Once you have imported the package, preview the Map to see how the symbols appear (try zooming in and out to see how one is in !MappingUnits and the others are in !DisplayUnits).  Then explore the Layer in XML mode to see how these are referenced, including an override of the rotation angle of one symbol and setting another to be in fixed mapping units.  Finally, explore the symbol definitions themselves to see how to expose overridable parameters and to combine rasters with vectors in a single symbol.
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    2929Feel free to upload your own examples of advanced stylization here.  Try to limit the size and complexity of these examples to a single concept per package.  The wiki has a fixed maximum upload size, and this will also make the examples easier to understand.