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Points and waypoints

T.Rodon works with two types of fixed objects on the map: single points and waypoints. A single point indicates a specific place. A waypoint indicates a transition from one place to another; a set of waypoints suggests a specific route for a user.

To create a single point, go to edit mode, click the Draw a marker button and place the new marker where you need it.

To create a waypoint, go to edit mode, click the Draw a polyline button and place a few points as necessary.

To move an existing single point or waypoint around, go to edit mode, right-click that point and select Move. After that, you can drag the point to a new location.

To view a list of existing single points and waypoints, toggle the Waypoints button in the toolbar of the Map Tools window.

The following options are available in the context menu for a single point or waypoint (shown when you right-click it on the map or in the list):

  • Center on map
  • Move
  • Remove point
  • Remove waypoint
  • Properties
    Points and waypoints have the same set of properties, which control the appearance of the points and strokes between them on the map.