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 ===== Visible Layers ===== ===== Visible Layers =====
  
-The map provides the possibility to display with graphic ​layers. In other words, different ​graphic ​layers can be enabled/​disabled on the map. The layers display graphic elements of such panels as monitoring, tracks, messages, reports, geofences, routes, drivers, trailers, and passengers.+The map provides the possibility to display with graphics ​layers. In other words, different ​graphics ​layers can be enabled/​disabled on the map. The layers display graphic elements of such panels as monitoring, tracks, messages, reports, geofences, routes, drivers, trailers, and passengers.
  
 Displaying layers on the map is possible only if there are corresponding panels in the main menu. For example, if the main menu contains a monitoring item, then on the map you can enable the same layer showing the current location of the indicated units. When you add an item to the main menu, its layer is automatically activated. When you remove an item, the layer is removed. Displaying layers on the map is possible only if there are corresponding panels in the main menu. For example, if the main menu contains a monitoring item, then on the map you can enable the same layer showing the current location of the indicated units. When you add an item to the main menu, its layer is automatically activated. When you remove an item, the layer is removed.
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-Enabling/​disabling a graphic ​layer is implemented in the layers menu. To access this menu, click the //Eye// icon (top left corner of the map). The layers menu is divided into 2 sections: layers of panels (on the left) and layers of units (on the right). Each graphic ​layer is represented by the icon of its panel. Working with the layers of panels is described above. Layers of units serve to control the [[:​user/​monitor/​display#​other_markings| view on the map]] (unit //traces//, their names, the assigned drivers'​ names, the direction arrows).+Enabling/​disabling a graphics ​layer is implemented in the layers menu. To access this menu, click the //Eye// icon (top left corner of the map). The layers menu is divided into 2 sections: layers of panels (on the left) and layers of units (on the right). Each graphics ​layer is represented by the icon of its panel. Working with the layers of panels is described above. Layers of units serve to control the [[:​user/​monitor/​display#​other_markings| view on the map]] (unit //traces//, their names, the assigned drivers'​ names, the direction arrows).
  
 =====The Order of Displaying Layers ===== =====The Order of Displaying Layers =====
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 ===== Using the Map While Working with Different Panels ===== ===== Using the Map While Working with Different Panels =====
  
-The map is common for all panels. It means that while switching between the panels, zoom and coordinates of the map center remain the same. Graphic elements such as track lines, markers, geofences, icons of units remain in their places. Therefore, for example, if you made a report showing parking locations on the map and then switched to the //tracks// panel to create tracks for the unit's movement (even if this is a completely different unit), all the graphical elements, lines, markers, etc. still will be shown on the map until you delete them or switch them off.+The map is common for all panels. It means that while switching between the panels, zoomand coordinates of the map center remain the same. Graphic elements such as track lines, markers, geofences, icons of units remain in their places. Therefore, for example, if you made a report showing parking locations on the map and then switched to the //tracks// panel to create tracks for the unit's movement (even if this is a completely different unit), all the graphical elements, lines, markers, etc. still will be shown on the map until you delete them or switch them off.
  
 Such panels as //​Monitoring//,​ //Tracks//, //​Messages//,​ //​Reports//,​ //​Geofences//,​ //Routes//, //Drivers// and //​Trailers//​ can have their layers on the map. Graphic elements applied to a map when working in a particular panel, can be easily switched on and off. Displaying or hiding the graphic information on the map is adjusted for each layer individually in the layers menu, which can be opened by clicking on the //Eye// icon in the upper left corner of the map. [[user/​gui/​left#​layers_on_the_map|Here]] you can read more about the work area. Such panels as //​Monitoring//,​ //Tracks//, //​Messages//,​ //​Reports//,​ //​Geofences//,​ //Routes//, //Drivers// and //​Trailers//​ can have their layers on the map. Graphic elements applied to a map when working in a particular panel, can be easily switched on and off. Displaying or hiding the graphic information on the map is adjusted for each layer individually in the layers menu, which can be opened by clicking on the //Eye// icon in the upper left corner of the map. [[user/​gui/​left#​layers_on_the_map|Here]] you can read more about the work area.
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   - **Using scale on the map**\\ In the upper left corner of the map, under the navigation buttons, there is a scale bar that allows you to zoom in (+) or zoom out (-). In this case, the center of the map does not change its position. You can press //+// and //-// buttons to change the scale in a step-by-step mode, or click anywhere on the gradation scale. \\    - **Using scale on the map**\\ In the upper left corner of the map, under the navigation buttons, there is a scale bar that allows you to zoom in (+) or zoom out (-). In this case, the center of the map does not change its position. You can press //+// and //-// buttons to change the scale in a step-by-step mode, or click anywhere on the gradation scale. \\ 
   - **Using mouse scroll wheel**\\ It is even more convenient to adjust zoom level using the mouse scroll wheel. Scroll up to zoom in and scroll down to zoom out. Direct the cursor to the required place so that it is not lost from view when the scale is changed. \\    - **Using mouse scroll wheel**\\ It is even more convenient to adjust zoom level using the mouse scroll wheel. Scroll up to zoom in and scroll down to zoom out. Direct the cursor to the required place so that it is not lost from view when the scale is changed. \\ 
-  - **Using mouse and //Shift// button**\\ To zoom in on the area you selected, hold the //Shift// button and left-click any rectangle on the map +  - **Using ​the mouse and //Shift// button**\\ To zoom in on the area you selected, hold the //Shift// button and left-click any rectangle on the map 
   - **Using double-click**\\ Double-click any point of the map to zoom in on it.    - **Using double-click**\\ Double-click any point of the map to zoom in on it. 
  
 In the lower left corner of the map the current scale of the map is indicated. In the lower right corner, you can see the geographical coordinates of the place the cursor points at. The coordinate format is selected in [[user/​set/​maps|User Settings => Maps]] and can be either degrees or degrees and minutes. In the lower left corner of the map the current scale of the map is indicated. In the lower right corner, you can see the geographical coordinates of the place the cursor points at. The coordinate format is selected in [[user/​set/​maps|User Settings => Maps]] and can be either degrees or degrees and minutes.
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