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Waze base maps come from USGA Tiger Data. Cartouche is a map editor used by the end user to fine tune the base map. It containing five panels to aid the user Layers, Map Controls, View & Edit.
Waze base maps come from USGA Tiger Data. Cartouche is a map editor used by the end user to fine tune the base map. It containing five panels to aid the user Layers, Map Controls, View & Edit.
==Navigating the map==
* Move around the map by clicking and dragging on an empty space in the viewer.
* There are three ways to zoom in cartouche:
** The buttons on the zoom controller in the upper-left corner of the map viewer will zoom in and out, and the vertical bar allows for immediate zooming to a specific level.
** Double-clicking any point on the map will zoom in and center the map on that point.
** Scrolling up with your mouse wheel will zoom in on a certain point, and scrolling down will zoom out, keeping the mouse pointer's location in the same location."

Revision as of 23:25, 25 September 2009

Waze base maps come from USGA Tiger Data. Cartouche is a map editor used by the end user to fine tune the base map. It containing five panels to aid the user Layers, Map Controls, View & Edit.

Navigating the map

  • Move around the map by clicking and dragging on an empty space in the viewer.
  • There are three ways to zoom in cartouche:
    • The buttons on the zoom controller in the upper-left corner of the map viewer will zoom in and out, and the vertical bar allows for immediate zooming to a specific level.
    • Double-clicking any point on the map will zoom in and center the map on that point.
    • Scrolling up with your mouse wheel will zoom in on a certain point, and scrolling down will zoom out, keeping the mouse pointer's location in the same location."