To insert markups into a snapshot, select a snapshot from the list, and then select a tool from the tool bar in the middle of the panel. The software enables the options to edit the markup based on the selected tool.
After inserting the markup, the software retains the markup only in the snapshot that was selected at the time it was inserted. You can change or adjust the color, opacity and size of the markup. If the markup contains a measurement, the unit can be changed. If the markup contains text, the font type can be changed.
Inserts a coordinate pair into a snapshot as text. Click Coordinate and then select a location in the snapshot to insert a coordinate pair as text. The unit of measurement can be set to Meters, Centimeters, Millimeters, Feet, Inches, Yards, or US Survey Feet.
Inserts the temperature of a point into a snapshot. Click Temperature and then select the point at which to query the temperature. This option is only available if the temperature was recorded from the sensor. The unit of measurement can be set to Celsius, Fahrenheit or Kelvin. Temperature selection is only enabled when data originated from the BLK360 imaging scanner and published as an LGS file.
Inserts the distance between two points into a snapshot. Select the origin point and the terminus point and then select a third point where the distance measurement text should be placed. The unit of measurement can be set to Meters, Centimeters, Millimeters, Feet, Inches, Yards, or US Survey Feet.
Inserts text into a snapshot. Click Text and then select the location in the snapshot for the text display. You can move text by dragging it within the snapshot.
Inserts an arrow graphic into a snapshot. Click the origin point of the line and then the terminus of the line. A line with an arrow at each end is created. Arrows on each end of the line can be toggled ON or OFF using the arrow buttons.
Inserts a rectangle into a snapshot. Click the top-left and bottom-right points of the rectangle and the shape fits to your selection.
Inserts an ellipse into a snapshot. Click the top-left and bottom-right points of the ellipse and the shape fits to your selection.