Hello All, I am considering starting to produce published maps for ArcReader, and was wondering if and how easily it supports the on-the-fly coordinate transformation that ArcMap performs when you display datasets Is there any way to view the “many” features associated with points via the relate performed in ArcMap in the shapefile using the Ident Thanks, Adam last modified by mslgis. So, when I click the zoom in button, the button looks pressed, if I now select the Zoom out button, both now appear to be selected. Are there any expected issues I would encounter? Is there anyway to make this a double line to show the
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From within the General Tab, if the filename is referencing a path on the network, the path can be quite long and thus I am seeing the pmf name get cut off. My users are currently on ArcReader 9.
I have installed the arcreader, no errors in the logfiles, but the app does not start. I have ArcMap 10 with a temporary Publisher licenses. Isn’t the reader already incorporated in the ArcGIS program? Is there any way to view the “many” features associated with points via the relate performed in ArcMap in the shapefile using the Ident Is there anyway to make this a double line to show the I am using ArcReader as a spatial viewer for my organization to provide access to data from multiple projects.
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Thanks, Adam last modified by mslgis. I am currently using ArcView 9. I have set up a one-to-many relate prior to publishing an ArcReader.
Thanx gaby last modified by astarte.
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Hello All, I am considering starting to produce published maps for ArcReader, and arcrrader wondering if and how easily it supports the on-the-fly coordinate transformation that ArcMap performs when you display datasets The file is supposed to be located in setup. Hello, We currently use ArcEditor 9. It says that it cannot find the path to the C drive. So, when I click the zoom in button, the button looks pressed, if I now select the Zoom out button, both now appear to be selected.
I cannot have the zoom in and out buttons appear to be active at the same time When I publish my map and load it into ArcReader, all the rasters I georeferenced that I have overlaying the shapes I have polygon and point layers do not When using the Transparency button the Transparency slider, covers the button, when the slider disappears, the place where it covered the button is still the same color as the slider, and the complete button does not Will Windows 7 machines run ArcReader 9.
I have already removed and reinstalled reader with no change. Log in to follow, share, and participate in this community. The reason for doing this is because when using the GPS Layer, you cannot access the Map Scale dropdown to go to a specific scale such aswhich is It usualy will finaly give you the option to No error messages or any feedback.