Export — OpenStreetMap Wiki After a synchronous collaboration session request has been approved by the admin or owner of the Cmap, any Participant listed can modify and add to the Cmap. You will now see the Print Preview window. Dmap can remove one or more child Cmap items from a nested node. Left-click and drag from the arrows at the top of a concept or linking phrase, then release the mouse above a Cmap you want to link to.
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TheViews window contains four main buttons on the left side of the window. Clicking on these buttons will show different locations of Cmaps and Resources in the right side of the window.
This location contains all of the Cmaps and Resources located on your local computer. You can create Cmaps here, and later move them to Shared Cmaps in Places at a later time. Shared Cmaps are saved to remote Cmap Servers, and are easily viewable, and editable by other CmapTools users around the world.
Cmaps saved here are also automatically generated as a web page for anyone with a web browser to see. This is the place to save your Cmaps if you want the rest of the Cmap world to see. You can clear the history by clicking the Clear button, at the top right of the History list. Cmaps and Resources can be added to your list of Favorites. The Favorites button will show the contents of this list. You can add Cmaps and Resources to your Favorites list by selecting the file in the right side of the window, and then clicking Edit then Add to Favorites.
The bottom of the Views window contains two elements of functionality. You can quickly delete things by simply dragging them onto the trash can. The icons only check box will remove the words from the four main buttons Favorites, History A new Cmap with the name "Untitled 1" will open. You may instead right-click anywhere on the Cmap and select New Concept from the menu that appears. A shape will appear with question marks inside of it. Type in a label to replace the question marks.
Left-click on a white portion of the Cmap outside of the shape to set the label. The shape has now become a new concept. Left-click and drag from the arrows at the top of the concept. As you continue to hold the mouse button down, notice that an arrow from the selected concept will follow around the mouse pointer. Another way to make the arrow follow the mouse pointer is to left-click once on the concept arrows, then release the button before moving the mouse.
A new concept will be created, along with a rectangle that connects the two concepts. Type in a label for the rectangle, then left-click on a white portion of the Cmap to set the label. A linking phrase for the new proposition has now been created.
Left-click on the new concept and type in a label. Left-click outside the concept to set the label. A new and complete proposition has been created. A proposition can have more elements than two concepts and a linking phrase. You may apply the methods described in this help section as well as Create a Proposition from Existing Concepts to add to your existing propositions.
Create a Proposition From Existing Concepts From an open Cmap: Starting with two or more concepts, left-click on a concept you would like to make a new proposition from. A rectangle will appear with lines connecting to both concepts. The linking phrase completes the proposition. You may apply the methods described in this help section as well as Create a New Proposition from One Concept to add to your existing propositions.
We will use Save Cmap As to demonstrate how to save a new Cmap. The "Save Cmap As" window will appear. Here, you can label your Cmap, give it a focus question, and assign keywords to it. The Author, Organization, and Email text fields are where you can add additional identifying information.
These fields may be already filled with default values. The values are taken from Preferences The next image shows the "Save Cmap As" window filled with identifying information.
At the top of the window, there is a computer button that lists the contents of the My Cmaps folder, and a globe button that lists the servers that are a part of Places. The computer and globe buttons give you the option of saving your Cmap locally, or saving it on a Cmap server that you have permission to use.
For our example, we will left-click Save to save the Cmap to My Cmaps. The "Saving Cmap" window will show the progress of the save request. Switch to the "Views - CmapTools" window. The Cmap you saved will appear under the My Cmaps heading. Select File, then Open to have the Cmap open in another window. Using the left mouse button and double-clicking the title or icon of a Cmap, or highlighting its title and pressing Enter, are alternate ways to open a Cmap.
If a Cmap or folder is not highlighted, and either Open is selected from the File menu, or Enter is pressed, the current "View" will open in another window. You will now see the New Folder window in which you can enter the Folder Name required , and other optional attributes for the folder. Click the OK button, and the new folder will be created in the Views window. This new folder will be placed in the currently selected directory in the Views window. If no directory is selected, it will be placed at the root of the current view.
Working with Resources Drag in Resources From the desktop to an open Cmap: Resources can be added to concepts on a Cmap by dragging them from the desktop or an open folder. Once the resource is positioned above the concept and the mouse is released, the "Edit Resource Link" window will appear. If the resource is an image that you would like to set as the background for your Cmap, select the radio button labeled Set as Background.
The Description and Keywords boxes allow you to add additional information about your resource. Click OK when you are finished editing the resource link.
Now when viewing the Cmap, a resource link group icon will appear attached to the concept. The resource link group icon appears with an image that is representative of the type of resources it links to. Each of these icons may list one or more resources of the same type.
A concept may have up to 13 different icons attached to it, each icon representing a different type of resource. A box with the description of that resource will appear. Left-click the resource title. CmapTools has an image viewer that will open for common image files.
An external program will open for any graphic resource not supported by the image viewer. From the "Views - CmapTools" window: Resources can also be dragged into either "My Cmaps" or "Places" that you have permission to add files to.
Click OK when you are finished editing properties for the resource. Click OK to add the resource link to the selected concept on your Cmap. Using the "Add Resources" window, you can manually navigate through folders to add resources for use in Cmaps. To locate resources from the "My Cmaps" or "Places", left-click the corresponding button at the top of the window.
When the "Add Resources" window is first opened, the contents on the desktop are shown. To return to the desktop view, you may left-click the "Desktop" button at any time.
Once you have located a resource you would like to add to a Cmap in the future, highlight it and left-click the Add button. After left-clicking Add, the "Edit Resource Properties" window appears. Left-clicking the checkbox in this window allows you create a resource shortcut, rather than copying the actual resource, to the "My Cmaps" folder. The added resource will now be listed in the "Views - CmapTools" window. From the "Add Resources" window: To add multiple resources at the same time, left-click the plus sign next to Show Resource List.
The "Add Resources" window will expand to indicate that more than one resource can now be added to the resource list. Hold down the Ctrl key while left-clicking the title of each resource. Left-click the Add to List button when you have selected the resources you would like to add from the current directory. Using the left mouse button to double-click the boxes under the Description and Keywords headings, you may edit the resource properties for more than one resource.
To remove a resource from the list, left-click Remove. To make changes to the properties of an individual resource, highlight the resource and left-click the Edit From the "Add Resources" window, left-click Add All to add resources you would like to use in future Cmaps.
The added resources will now be listed in the "Views - CmapTools" window. From the "Views - Cmaptools" window: You can import internet shortcuts to "My Cmaps" or "Places" that you have permission to store files on.
To create an internet shortcut link, begin by selecting Add Web Page The "Add Web Page" window will appear where you can add information to an internet shortcut.
Left-click OK to add the web page. From the "Views - CmapTools" window: Now an internet shortcut icon will appear in the folder where you saved it. Using the "Editing Resource Links for [ The "Editing Resource Links for [ Once you have located the resources you want linked to the selected concept, highlight them and left-click Add to List. Left-click the box under Description to add or change the description of the selected resource.
Remove may be used to remove a resource link from the list. To make further changes to the resource link, highlight the resource and left-click the Edit
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La ventana Vistas contiene cuatro 4 botones en el lado izquierdo de la ventana. Puedes guardar tus mapas en este sitio si quieres que todo el mundo los pueda observar. Mapas y Recursos pueden ser adicionados a su lista de Favoritos. En la ventana Vistas - CmapTools. Ahora al mirar el Cmap, un icono de enlace del grupo del recurso aparece junto al concepto.
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