Style Picker Tool


To copy the colors/style/thickness from a shape to another shape:


This instruction starts with two shapes (rectangles, circle, or polygons). Each shape has a different:

- Border color/style/thickness.

- Fill area color.


Select the Style Picker Tool from the top menu bar.


Hover and click on the border of the source shape that you want to copy the color/style/thickness from.


You will see the border color/style/thickness change in the top menu bar.


Select the Fill/Change Color Tool from the top menu bar.


Hover and click on the border of the shape that you want to copy the color/style/thickness to.


You will see that the border color/style/thickness has changed.



To copy the fill color, follow the same process while using the fill area instead of the border.



Note: You can also copy a:

  • Line’s color/style/thickness to a shape’s border color/style/thickness, and vice versa.

  • Label’s border color/thickness to a shape’s border color/thickness, and vice versa.

  • Label’s fill area color to a shape’s fill area color, and vice versa.




To copy the color/style/thickness from a line to another line:


This instruction starts with two lines. Each line has a different color/style/thickness.


Select the Style Picker Tool from the top menu bar.


Hover and click on the source line that you want to copy the color/style/thickness from.


You will see the line color/style/thickness change in the top menu bar.


Select the Fill/Change Color Tool from the top menu bar.


Hover and click on the line that you want to copy the color/style/thickness to.


You will see that the line color/style/thickness has changed.



Note: You can also copy a:

  • Shape’s border color/style/thickness to a line’s color/style/thickness, and vice versa.

  • Label’s border color/thickness to a line’s color/thickness, and vice versa.




To copy the colors/thickness from a label to another label:


This instruction starts with two labels. Each label has a different:

- Border color/thickness.

- Fill area color.


Select the Style Picker Tool from the top menu bar.


Hover and click on the border of the source label that you want to copy the color/thickness from.


You will see the border color/thickness change in the top menu bar.


Select the Fill/Change Color Tool from the top menu bar.


Hover and click on the border of the label that you want to copy the color/thickness to.


You will see that the border color/thickness has changed.



To copy the fill color, follow the same process while using the fill area instead of the border.



Note: You can also copy a:

  • Line’s color/thickness to a label’s border color/thickness, and vice versa.

  • Shape’s border color/thickness to a label’s border color/thickness, and vice versa.

  • Shape’s fill area color to a label’s fill area color, and vice versa.



To create a marker that’s the same type as a marker that’s in the Map View:


This instruction starts with a marker located in the Map View. For example: A blue numeric tab with the number 1.


Select the Style Picker Tool from the top menu bar.


In the Map View, click on the source marker.


You will see the cursor now displays a copy of the source marker.


Place the new marker by clicking on the map location.


Note: The new marker won’t include any of the data from the source marker, such as title and description.



To replace a marker with the same type of marker that’s in the Map View:


This instruction starts with two markers located in the Map View. For example:

  • A blue numeric tab with the number 1.

  • A green numeric tab with the number 2.


Select the Style Picker Tool from the top menu bar.


Click on the source marker that you want to copy from. For example: The blue numeric tab with the number 1.


Select the Fill/Change Color Tool from the top menu bar.


Click on the marker that you want to replace. For example: The green numeric tab with the number 2.


Note: The replaced marker won’t include any of the data from the source marker, such as title and description.



To create an isometric shape that has the functionality of a marker:


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