This Tab includes the basic controls and information of a vector layer.
Visible: controls the layer visibility.
Layer Name: modifiable layer name.
Information: enables layer information query. The various queries examine information enabled layers only.
Scale Minimum 1: define the minimum scale number (largest scale) to display a layer on the map
Scale Maximum 1: define the maximum scale number (smallest scale) to display a layer on the map
Layer source: show the data source of the layer, it can be altered to another source.
Geometry decimals: defines the precision of the stored geometry. Lower values require less memory to store the geometry but the spatial accuracy is decreasing too. Value of 2 means [cm] accuracy, value of 3 means [mm] accuracy.
Code page: defines the code page of the data source. Modification of this value reloads the attribute data of the layer.
GNSS survey elements: contains three elements to customize the GNSS data collection of the layer.
Measure mode: Changing between Single, Average, Continuous measurement modes. Single mode means only one vertex is measured. In Average mode the program averaging given number of vertices and stores the average position. In Continuous mode the program collects vertices by a given Distance threshold.
Average: Controls the number of averaged position in Averaging measurement mode.
Distance: Defines the minimum allowed distance threshold between vertices in Continuous measurement mode.