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
To use your own symbols in Quickmap, click Tools -> Symbology -> Edit, click on the Point Editor, and change the font to whatever you like. You can also add bitmaps and patterns to use as symbols.
Features such as way points are imported into the “edit layer” by default, unless you chose another layer to import into. To view all data in the edit layer you can zoom to where the data is by: Making sure Continue reading Unable To Find Imported Data (Features: Lines, Polygons & Way Points)
Question: What do the symbols relate to on the different layers? For example the ‘points’ option displays black squares, are these buildings? Do you have a legend? Answer: You can find out more information on absolutely every feature you can Continue reading A Legend For Symbols On Map
The QuickMap Symbology editor is used to change the appearance of map features such as text, parcels, rivers, roads and landmarks. Changing the appearance of one feature will change all features that have the same Graphics Parameter (GP). In this Continue reading QuickMap Symbology Editor
You may find that legal descriptions or other text is too small to see, especially in rural areas. To fix this, use the Symbology editor to change the font size.
Thick red line can be changed by modifying GP 6 and 7 in the Symbology editor. Refer to Help -> Contents -> “Changing the Way Your Maps Look Using Symbology”, for more details on how to do this.
Road names can be turned off using the Road Name Nth layer under the Transport tab. In addition you can also modify the size of the road name text by modifying GPs 190 – 193 depending on what scale you Continue reading How To Change Road Name Sizes
Sometimes the GPS icon can be hard to see as it appears as a small red circle against the route which is marked in red. You can modify the GPS symbol by modifying GP 7. Refer to Help -> Contents Continue reading The GPS Icon Too Small To See
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