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 **Persian calendar**\\ **Persian calendar**\\
-This option allows to activate the Iranian calendar also known as Persian solar calendar. It is used in Iran and Afghanistan. If the option is chosen, the Persian calendar replaces the usual (Gregorian) calendar in the places where a user should indicate some time interval (to build a track, to query messages or a report, to setup a job or assign a route, etc.) Note that the Persian calendar can be used to indicate particular dates of an interval only (from -- to). Working with //quick intervals// (//Today//, //​Yesterday//,​ //Week//, //Month//, //Year//), the Gregorian calendar is applied. If the interface is in Arabic, the calendar is in Farsi (language spoken in Iran) and is shown from right to left. Otherwise, it is in English (in Latin characters and Arabic numbers) and is shown from left to right (see [[user/​gui/​calendar#​the_persian_calendar|details]]). Enabling/​disabling the Persian calendar requires reloading the page. +This option allows to activate the Iranian calendar also known as Persian solar calendar. It is used in Iran and Afghanistan. If the option is chosen, the Persian calendar replaces the usual (Gregorian) calendar in the places where a user should indicate some time interval (to build a track, to query messages or a report, to set up a job or assign a route, etc.) Note that the Persian calendar can be used to indicate particular dates of an interval only (from -- to). Working with //quick intervals// (//Today//, //​Yesterday//,​ //Week//, //Month//, //Year//), the Gregorian calendar is applied. If the interface is in Arabic, the calendar is in Farsi (the language spoken in Iran) and is shown from right to left. Otherwise, it is in English (in Latin characters and Arabic numbers) and is shown from left to right (see [[user/​gui/​calendar#​the_persian_calendar|details]]). Enabling/​disabling the Persian calendar requires reloading the page. 
  
 **Date and time format**\\ ​ **Date and time format**\\ ​
-Select the format of the date and time that is convenient for you. Depending on the entered mask, the date elements can be arranged in different order and have a different appearance. A month, for example, can be displayed with a word or a number, a year with two or four digits, and so on. In addition, the day can also be included. The syntax instructions for each field are given in a tooltip. In the drop-down list, you can select one of the predefined masks. The table below shows some examples of formats:+Select the format of the date and time that is convenient for you. Depending on the entered mask, the data elements can be arranged in different order and have a different appearance. A month, for example, can be displayed with a word or a number, a year with two or four digits, and so on. In addition, the day can also be included. The syntax instructions for each field are given in a tooltip. In the drop-down list, you can select one of the predefined masks. The table below shows some examples of formats:
  
 ^ Date mask ^ Time mask ^ Result 1 ^ Result 2 ^ ^ Date mask ^ Time mask ^ Result 1 ^ Result 2 ^
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 **City**\\ ​ **City**\\ ​
-In this field you can indicate your city. It is used in the [[user/​tools/​nearest|]] and [[user/​tools/​address|]] tools as the default city. Enter the name of the city. When you enter the first letters, the dropdown menu with the names corresponding to the request opens automatically. You can either continue typing in the name or choose it from the dropdown ​menu (there can be several cities with the same names in different countries).+In this fieldyou can indicate your city. It is used in the [[user/​tools/​nearest|]] and [[user/​tools/​address|]] tools as the default city. Enter the name of the city. When you enter the first letters, the dropdown menu with the names corresponding to the request opens automatically. You can either continue typing in the name or choose it from the drop-down ​menu (there can be several cities with the same names in different countries).
  
 In addition, this setting determines the position of the map when entering the monitoring system. However, if there are monitored units on the map, the map is scaled so that all of them are in sight. In addition, this setting determines the position of the map when entering the monitoring system. However, if there are monitored units on the map, the map is scaled so that all of them are in sight.
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 **Play sound for events**\\ **Play sound for events**\\
-A sound can be played when an [[user/​notify/​notify#​online_notification|online notification]] is triggered or a [[user/​monitor/​cmd#​chat_with_driver|driver'​s message]] is received. In Windows OS, [[http://​www.free-codecs.com/​download/​QuickTime_Alternative_Lite.htm|QuickTime Alternative]] can be used as media player. If you use Opera, you may need additional adjusting, so that the request to play or save the sound does not appear.+A sound can be played when an [[user/​notify/​notify#​online_notification|online notification]] is triggered or a [[user/​monitor/​cmd#​chat_with_driver|driver'​s message]] is received. In Windows OS, [[http://​www.free-codecs.com/​download/​QuickTime_Alternative_Lite.htm|QuickTime Alternative]] can be used as media player. If you use Opera, you may need additional adjusting, so that the request to play or save the sound does not appear.
  
 **Automatically display popup events**\\ ​ **Automatically display popup events**\\ ​
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 **Altitude**\\ **Altitude**\\
-The altitude in the latest positional message (if device is able to give such data). ​+The altitude in the latest positional message (if the device is able to give such data). ​
  
 **Counters**\\ **Counters**\\
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 **Sensors values**\\ ​ **Sensors values**\\ ​
-[[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|Sensors]] configured for the unit and their known values will be listed. Custom sensor name is displayed and the value processed according to calculation table of this sensor. ​+[[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|Sensors]] configured for the unit and their known values will be listed. Custom sensor name is displayed and the value processed according to the calculation table of this sensor. ​
  
 **Parameters**\\ ​ **Parameters**\\ ​
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 **Display overlapping units in one icon**\\ ​ **Display overlapping units in one icon**\\ ​
-{{  :​icons:​group.png?​nolink}}If two or more units are //​overlapping//,​ their icons are grouped into the common one. It facilitates the visual perception of the map. The common icon has a value indicator showing a number of units in it. To see the list of units the common icon contains, hover your mouse cursor over the icon for a pop-up window to appear. Upon clicking the common icon the map is scaled in such a way that all the units of the common icon get into the vision ​field. Note that overlaying icons cannot be grouped into the common one on the 2 largest scales. When you view the map on such a scale, accuracy is important, so all the icons are visible, regardless of their overlapping.+{{  :​icons:​group.png?​nolink}}If two or more units are //​overlapping//,​ their icons are grouped into the common one. It facilitates the visual perception of the map. The common icon is selected in the library (the //Library// button appears on the right when the setting is activated) and has a value indicator showing a number of units in it. To see the list of units the common icon contains, hover your mouse cursor over the icon for a pop-up window to appear. Upon clicking the common icon the map is scaled in such a way that all the units of the common icon get into the visual ​field. Note that overlaying icons cannot be grouped into the common one on the 2 largest scales. When you view the map on such a scale, accuracy is important, so all the icons are visible, regardless of their overlapping.
  
 **Show unit icons at map borders**\\ ​ **Show unit icons at map borders**\\ ​
-If a unit is outside the visible area, its iconis ​displayed at the map border in the direction where the unit is located. Click on this icon to see this unit on the map. +If a unit is outside the visible area, its icon is displayed at the map border in the direction where the unit is located. Click on this icon to see this unit on the map. 
  
 **Blur icons of inactive units**\\ **Blur icons of inactive units**\\
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 **Trace**\\ ​ **Trace**\\ ​
-It is possible to indicate the length of the trace which is added to a moving unit on the map (the //Points in traces// parameter)and select the color and width for it.+It is possible to indicate the length of the trace which is added to a moving unit on the map (the //Points in traces// parameter) and select the color and width for it.
  
 **Multicolor sensors in unit tooltip**\\ **Multicolor sensors in unit tooltip**\\
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 ===== Other Items on Map ===== ===== Other Items on Map =====
  
-**Display names of routes' ​check points ​on map**\\ +**Display names of routes' ​checkpoints ​on map**\\ 
-Depending on the checkbox, [[user/​routes/​routes|route]] ​check points ​can be displayed with or without their names on the map.+Depending on the checkbox, [[user/​routes/​routes|route]] ​checkpoints ​can be displayed with or without their names on the map.
  
 **Display names of geofences on map**\\ **Display names of geofences on map**\\
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 **Render geofences on server**\\ **Render geofences on server**\\
-By default, all [[user/​geo/​geo|geofences]] are rendered in the browser. Rendering on the server is advisableif not a very powerful computer is used for monitoringbut the speed of Internet connection is quite high. In such cases, this option allows you to significantly increase the performance of the Wialon system. :!: If more than 1000 geofences are displayed, they are grouped in one icon in case of overlapping. ​+By default, all [[user/​geo/​geo|geofences]] are rendered in the browser. Rendering on the server is advisable if not a very powerful computer is used for monitoring but the speed of Internet connection is quite high. In such cases, this option allows you to significantly increase the performance of the Wialon system. :!: If more than 1000 geofences are displayed, they are grouped in one icon in case of overlapping. ​
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