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 ====== Distance ====== ====== Distance ======
  
-Choose **[[tools|Tools => Distance]]** to measure the distance ​between two objects. To indicate the initial point, double-click on any place of the map. Then sequentially add new points. ​At any moment, you can  move the map or zoom it using any of ways described [[user/​gui/​map#​navigation|above]]. +To measure the distance ​from one point to another, select the //​Distance//​ tool. To indicate the initial point, double-click on any place of the map. Thensequentially add new points. ​You can move the map or zoom it using any of the ways described ​in the //[[user/​gui/​map#​navigation|Maps]]// section
  
-Near each point, the distance from the previous point is indicated. The total sum of all segments ​is known from the popup window ​in the corner. To know the sum, the mouse pointer must be placed ​over the last point of the polyline. Unlike other points that are red, it is white with blue border. If the cursor ​points some other place, the total sum will also include the distance to the current ​cursor ​position. At the same time, in brackets ​two numbers are given: ​the sum of all segments ​drawn + the distance to the cursor ​(if the cursor is over the last drawn point, ​this distance is 0m)+Next to each point, the distance from the previous point is indicated. The total sum of all segments ​can be calculated in the window ​of the //​Distance//​ tool. To know the sum, place the mouse cursor ​over the last point (a white dot with the blue border). If the cursor ​is moved to another ​place, the total sum of segments ​will also include the distance to the current position ​of the cursor. In brackets, you will see the sum of all segments ​already mapped onto the map + the distance to the cursor. If the cursor is placed ​over the last added point, ​the added distance is 0m. 
  
-When the line is on the map, move the cursor along the line to get the distance from the starting point to the current cursor position. ​Cursor ​position is marked ​by a white point (if put the cursor ​over, it becomes ​plus-shaped), and a black font is used to display ​distance ​value+Move the cursor along the already added line to get the distance from the starting point to the current cursor position. ​The cursor ​position is marked ​with a white dot. When you pause the mouse cursor ​on it, the cursor takes the form of a plus sign (+). The caption with a black font shows the distance ​from the first point to the selected position.
  
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-To clean the map and start new measurements,​ use the **'Reset'​** ​button. ​+To clear the map and start measurements ​again, use the //Reset// button. ​
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