When starting Quickmap, or turning on layers, you may get this message: Quickmap found a problem QCtrl: Date Time Cannot draw layer because of previous errors. Additional Information: Area Unit This is because there is a problem with the data Continue reading Cannot Draw Layer Because Of Previous Errors
When installing or upgrading to Quickmap version 8, if you find that layers are missing don’t panic – this is the fix. Information But first, a little information to help understand the problem. Quickmap version 8 stores layers in a Continue reading Layers Missing After Installing Quickmap Version 8
Sometimes you might want to copy data from one layer and insert it into another layer. An example of this might be if you have a “Jobs” layer that’s stored in your “Edit” layer – you might want to store Continue reading How To Copy Data From One Layer Into Another
Quickmap seems to automatically know which layers to open, but what tells Quickmap which layers to open when you start Quickmap? Answer: The database Qmap.mdb in the local data folder under qmap.exe (e.g. if you run C:\Qmap\Qmap.exe it will use Continue reading How Does Quickmap Know Which Layers To Open?
To add additional layers in Quickmap click File -> New Layer.
There are four ways to get rid of data from the Edit Layer. Right click on the edit layer in the layer control tool, and select “Delete features in this layer”. You can delete the data one feature at a Continue reading How To Remove Data From Edit Layer
Any selected feature(s) can be copied to your layer by right mouse clicking on the map and choosing “Copy Selected Objects To..” from the menu. Any feature or features can be selected using: Find Tool – Click the find button Continue reading How To Add Multiple Parcels To A Layer
When exporting data from Quickmap, more data gets exported than what is shown on the screen and not the data I wanted. For example, when exporting a small area shown on the screen (2000m2) to DXF, the whole of the East Continue reading Quickmap Exports The Wrong Data
This page describes how you can ‘hide’ a layer so it will not appear when QuickMap starts up, it can still be viewed but the visibility box has to be manually turned on. Right mouse click on the layer you Continue reading How To Stop Layers From Turning On When Quickmap Starts
The Quickmap “Points” layer in this example will be called MyPoints. If this layer does not already exist, it can be created by selecting File- > New Layer off the menu, and the importing points into this layer. You can Continue reading How To Create A Layer Of LINZ Parcels (Polygons) From A Layer Of Point Features In Quickmap