How to Change Size and Appearance of Map Viewer

After you add map viewer onto Main Window, you can then edit its size and appearance under its Properties panel which is shown as below:

Main Properties

Coordinate Grid (Pro only) To anchor map viewer at a specified position on the Main Window. When the width and height of main window is set as the specified percentage of the browser window width/height, you could anchor map viewer by setting the location of it to make sure that map viewer stays in the same relative position when the main window width and height change. Or you could anchor map viewer or other components not in consideration of the percentage setting of main window.
Background Color Transparent color is supported.
Hide Mapviewer Initially To set whether to hide Mapviewer initially.
Never Show Scroll Bar To set whether show scroll bar or not.
Scale to Browser Window The size of Map Viewer can be same as browser window.

Note: The size of Mapviewer and Google maps can be same as browser from Tourweaver 7 .

Distinguish Visited/Unvisited Hotspot/Radar (Pro only) To set whether to distinguish the visited and unvisited hotspot/radar. If selected, a hotspot will display as the third-state image of the hotspot when visited or clicked. It will display as normal if not selected.

Note: The size of Mapviewer and Google maps can be same size as browser from Tourweaver 7 .

How to anchor Map Viewer on the Main Window?

In the Coordinate Grid, verify that one of the squares in the grid is selected as the reference point.

For instance, click the upper-left square  in the coordinate grid to select it. The selected square becomes black. When the upper-left square is selected, the X and Y values to the left of the coordinate grid display the location of the upper-left corner of the current selection, relative to the upper-left corner of the Main Window.

By default, the upper-left square in the coordinate grid in the properties panel is selected. Nine position options are available, see below:

Location Description Sample
Top Left
Take the top left corner of the main window as a reference point,
and keep x,y coordinates in the same relative position to the top left corner of Main Window.
Top Center
X coordinate takes the horizontal center line of main window as a reference point,
and stays in the same relative position.
Y coordinate takes 0 as the reference point and stays in the same relative position.
Top Right
Take the top right corner of the main window as a reference point,
and keep x,y coordinates in the same relative position to the top right corner of Main Window.
Left Center
Y coordinate takes the vertical center line of main window as a reference point,
and stays in the same relative position.
X coordinate takes 0 as the reference point and stays in the same relative position.
Center
Take the center of the main window as a reference point,
and keep x,y coordinates in the same relative position to the center of Main Window.
Right Center
Y coordinate takes the vertical center line of main window as a reference point,
and stays in the same relative position.
X coordinate takes the width of main window as reference point and stays in the same relative position.
Bottom Left
Take the bottom left corner of the main window as a reference point,
and keep x,y coordinates in the same relative position to the bottom left corner.
Bottom Center
X coordinate takes the horizontal center line of main window as a reference point,
and stays in the same relative position.
Y coordinate takes the height of main window as reference point and stays in the same relative position.
Bottom Right
Take the bottom right corner of the main window as a reference point,
and keep x,y coordinates in the same relative position to the bottom right corner.

How to change size and appearance

1. Select Map viewer on Main Window
2. Modify the relative properties under its properties panel.
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