Version 4.1

 

   Flashing Potential Errors


  POTENTIAL Errors can be highlighted/Flashed in a number of ways:

By Left-Clicking

Clicking on the left mouse button while the mouse cursor is over a row in the Potential Errors dialog will flash the misspelled object in the active view and/or the source table.

BY Left-Clicking & Holding

Pressing the left mouse button over a row keeps the potential error highlighted in the active view and/or source table (whichever is applicable). Releasing the mouse button removes the highlight.

 
BY Right-Clicking

While the right mouse button is kept down over a row in the Potential Errors dialog, MapSpeller boxes the potential error in the active view and/or source table.

 

Releasing the right-mouse button brings up the context menu that enables the user to interact further with the potential error.

 

Holding down the right mouse button over a row in the Potential Errors dialog displays one of the following based on the type of misspelled object:

  • Highlight the object in error in the active view


     
  • Highlight the feature in its attribute table and in the active view
     


     
  • Highlight the record cell in a standalone table
     
   
Important Notes
 
  • The whole target object containing the potentially misspelled word is flashed.
  • Only a single potential error can be flashed at a time.
  • The Options dialog lets users control if maps may to be automatically panned to show active features.

 
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