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Justin_az282
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Point label dragged state settings

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01-30-2013 03:14 PM

I'm trying to set up my point label styles and I don't understand how the dragged state settings work. The default setting is "as displayed" but then the leader does not flip, if I change the settings to "stacked text" the leader flips but the text is out of order. See the attached plot of some points to see what I mean, default on the right and stacked text on the left.

 

How can I set the point label so the leader will flip and keep the label components in the default order?

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gccdaemon
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Re: Point label dragged state settings

01-30-2013 03:27 PM in reply to: Justin_az282

Be sure to check the justification in the label editor. Setting the justification will cause your text to stay lined up propperly when you move the callout.

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Justin_az282
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Re: Point label dragged state settings

01-30-2013 03:32 PM in reply to: Justin_az282

Justification seems fine, its that the point number should be first, then the point description under that. Thats how it displays by default, but by default the leader does not flip.

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Jeff_M
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Re: Point label dragged state settings

01-30-2013 03:35 PM in reply to: Justin_az282

In the Stacked Text mode the text components are placed in the same order in which they are added to the style. You will need to edit the style to accomplish this.

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Justin_az282
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Re: Point label dragged state settings

01-30-2013 03:44 PM in reply to: Justin_az282

Right I see that the point description is component 1 and that the point number is component 2, is there a way swap the two?

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Jeff_M
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Re: Point label dragged state settings

01-30-2013 04:31 PM in reply to: Justin_az282

No, can't swap them. But you can copy the elevation & description components, change the anchors to reference the copies, delete the originals, then rename the copies.

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Re: Point label dragged state settings

01-30-2013 05:54 PM in reply to: Justin_az282

Thanks to all for the advice, I got it figured out.

 

Using the copy and delete method suggested above I got them in the order that I wanted.

Then I had to adjust the Anchor component, the anchor point and the text attachment point of all three componants, kinda tricky.

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Re: Point label dragged state settings

01-30-2013 06:33 PM in reply to: Justin_az282

Glad you got it worked out. For future reference, when posting replies in the forum, please be sure to hit the Reply button on the message to which you are replying to. Your last message looks like you you were replying to yourself.

 

If you find a response which answers your question, please be sure to accept the actual post which helped you as the solution. This will help future searchers quickly find answers to their own questions. Thanks!

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