Styling based on Values

mtm815mtm815 Global Mapper UserPosts: 21Trusted User
Can I style based on multiple attributes?

Example:

  Attribute        Value
Foreclosed     Yes/No
City Limits      Yes/No

I want to style all houses within the city limits with a green star, all the houses outside the city limits with a orange star, and all of the foreclosed houses with a empty square (show the star shows underneath).

Is this possible?
Will I need to combine both attributes into one?

Thanks,
Michael

Answers

  • bmg_bobbmg_bob Global Mapper Programmer Posts: 1,856
    Hi Michael,

    We have an open feature request for the ability to define feature styles based on multiple attributes.  At the moment, it is not scheduled for implementation, but I have added your information to the ticket. We are in the process of evaluating functionality requested by users for inclusion in the next release, and having more users request a feature helps to increase its priority. 

    In the meantime, as you suggest, you will need to combine both attributes into one. You can do this using the Attribute Calculator. Use a Formula Calculation with the concat function. For example, if you want to combine ATTR1 and ATTR2, the function would look like this:
    concat(ATTR1,ATTR2)
    If you want to put a delimiter between the values, such as a comma, use:
    concat(ATTR1,",",ATTR2)
    Cheers, 
    Bob
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