You might be wondering what the GP number is for, say parcel boundaries so you can edit the colour of parcel boundaries, for example. To find the GP code for anything in Quickmap, find an example of what you want Continue reading Quickmap Symbology Numbers & GP Codes
If you are unable to adjust the parcel boundary in Google Earth, this can be fixed by uninstalling google Earth and upgrading to the latest version (which is currently 6.1 at the time of writing this article).
When you print a map, the parcel boundaries may appear faded or difficult to see. To fix this, change the theme using the Themes menu. You can also make parcel boundaries darker using the symbology editor. For instructions on how Continue reading Parcel Boundaries Are Difficult To See / Faded When Printed
It is possible in QuickMap to have overlapping parcels in the Parcel layer. This does not happen often, and typically happens when part of a title is cancelled due to road taking. In this situation, LINZ create a new survey Continue reading Overlapping Parcel Data In Quickmap
To change the line colour and make parcels transparent, select the Google theme from the Theme menu. ❗ Note: This requires Quickmap 7 or above.
Sometimes the Quickmap layers do not overlay the Google Earth photo’s perfectly. In this case, it is necessary to edit the QuickMap layer within Google Earth to shift it into the correct position. To do this, right click on the QuickMap Layer Continue reading How To Move QuickMap Boundaries To Fit Better Over Google Earth Photos
The easiest way to change the parcel boundary colour is to choose a different theme off the Themes menu (Available in QuickMap Version 7.0 or better). If you cannot find a theme that meets your requirements, you can manually change Continue reading How To Change The Look of Legal Property Boundaries