Difference between revisions of "Overlaying"

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In the screenshot on the '''right''', we show both the chart “Brazil WAC 2011” and the chart “Uruguay - Free” one on top of the other. The problem looks like if the Brazilian chart is <span style="color:#0000ff">missing a part</span>, but actually, '''''it is not.''''' This is a clear example of <span style="color:#ff0000">OVERLAYING.</span>
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[[File:over_l1.jpg|frame]]In the screenshot on the '''right''', we show both the chart “Brazil WAC 2011” and the chart “Uruguay - Free” one on top of the other. The problem looks like if the Brazilian chart is <span style="color:#0000ff">missing a part</span>, but actually, '''''it is not.''''' This is a clear example of <span style="color:#ff0000">OVERLAYING.</span>
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You can solve this problem by simply moving the charts up or down in the '''«Maps»''' panel or switching them ON or OFF.
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On the picture on the '''right''', we show the chart from Uruguay on top of the one from Brazil.
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So, if we move it below, the latter will show on top of the former. This is shown on the picture on the '''left.''' We move the charts by pressing and holding from the right edge (where the three-line mark is).

Revision as of 17:28, 18 August 2015


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In the screenshot on the right, we show both the chart “Brazil WAC 2011” and the chart “Uruguay - Free” one on top of the other. The problem looks like if the Brazilian chart is missing a part, but actually, it is not. This is a clear example of OVERLAYING.

Over l.jpg

You can solve this problem by simply moving the charts up or down in the «Maps» panel or switching them ON or OFF. On the picture on the right, we show the chart from Uruguay on top of the one from Brazil. So, if we move it below, the latter will show on top of the former. This is shown on the picture on the left. We move the charts by pressing and holding from the right edge (where the three-line mark is).