Touch thedigitizer pencil button to enable/disable the feature selection and edit tool. The button will be tinted orange when enabled.
This tool enables editing of selected features. Tap a feature to select it, tap the feature again to edit it. The Edit Feature dialog will appear. As with the Global Mapper desktop, the feature will be highlighted on the map.
This menu displays properties of the currently selected feature and provides options to edit the feature. The same options will be see on the New Feature screen when creating new features.
Displays the name of the layer the selected feature is associated with.
Displays the point, line, or area feature type. Tap to display the Feature Type menu to change. Feature Types will change the visual styles of a feature.
Displays the name/ label of the feature. Tap to edit.
Displays the description of the feature. Tap to edit.
Tap to display the vertex locations of the current feature. Vertex values in Global Mapper Mobile Package file (*.GMMP) and newly created features are stored in Latitude, Longitude in WGS84. Select a vertex to enable adding after, editing, or deleting.
Tap this button to open a dialog for entering latitude and longitude coordinates. If an existing vertex is selected, the new vertex will be inserted after it. Otherwise the vertex will be add at the end.
Tap a vertex and then tap this button to edit the Latitude and Longitude values of the vertex.
Tap a vertex and then tap this button to delete the selected vertex.
Lists the feature attributes. Touch any attribute to edit. The Feature Attribute dialog will be shown. Specify a new name or value or delete the attribute.
Feature Notations are special attributes designed for storing longer descriptions. Feature Notation will display with line breaks and Tap the notation option to add, view or modify the feature notation. The notation will also appear in the attribute list once added.
Tap this option to display the default camera control. Take a photograph and select “Use Photo”. The photo will be placed in your library and a copy will be embedded in an exported package file. The photo will automatically be geotagged if the GPS Tool is enabled during the attach operation. For settings see Files Settings.
Tap this option to display the
Tap to create a new attribute. The Feature Attribute dialog, shown below, will be displayed allowing you to specify the attribute name and value.