About Position Markers
Position markers are annotations you place in model space to mark and label a geographic
A position marker consists of a point, a leader line, and multiline text. You can
use the multi-functional grips to lengthen the leader line or change the position
of the multiline text.
You can control the size of a position marker with the GEOMARKPOSITIONSIZE system
variable. However, this system variables controls the size of the position marker
only at creation time. To resize position markers after they are placed in the drawing
area use the properties palette.
In order to easily find position markers when zoomed out, position markers contain
zoom invariant yellow indicators. However, if you use the 2D Wireframe visual style,
the yellow indicator does not display. In such a case, you can use the QSELECT and
FIND commands to find position markers. We recommend that you use keywords in the
multiline text to make it easier to search for position markers with the FIND command.
You can also use the notes property to record notes about the geographic location
marked by the position marker. Unlike the multiline text object, the notes are not
displayed in the drawing area. However you can inspect and edit notes with the properties
palette. The FIND command checks the notes property in addition to checking the multiline
text object. This gives you the ability to find position markers by searching for
keywords within the notes property.
When you move the cursor over a position marker, a tooltip displays its geographic
location as latitude and longitude values. These values honor the settings of the
GEOLATLONGFORMAT and AUPREC system variables. If you remove geographic location information
from the drawing file, the tooltip also goes away.
The program prevents you from exploding position markers as long as the drawing file
contains geographic location information.
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