The map can be moved using drag&drop. Right-click invokes the context menu, which also allows you to zoom in or out on the map. Double click on the map = zoom in. Zoom in/out is possible by +/- icons on the right or by mouse-scroll.
Click on the appropriate object on map (point, line or area) to display a pop-up window with information.
Tab "Layers" in the upper left corner allows you to display layers in the map. The upper part is the selection of base maps. Below is then a list of all layers by clicking on the layer name (= ticking button). The application can display an unlimited number of layers, but only one base map.
POI - Point of Interests
"POI" in the upper left corner contains a list of predefined points. Clicking on the name of a particular point, the map automatically zooms in on that point.
Searching is located in the upper right corner of the screen. First, select the header("tabs") you want to search, and then type in the search box the first few characters. Search will automatically be offered the options available. After clicking on one of the options, the map automatically zooms in to highlight the location. You can minimize the search by clicking on magnifying glass icon, .
Zoom in/out. You can also use the mouse wheel in both directions, if necessary. Double click the left mouse button to zoom in.
Displays starting position of map.
Map field is maximized to fullscreen. To cancel, press Esc or F11.
Allows approximately locate your current position. Location accuracy may range from a few meters in the case of active GPS for access via the mobile phone / tablet up to several kilometers in the case of an Internet cable connection. If you are using Internet Explorer with a higher level of security and functionality is not responding (geolocation error), it is necessary to allow localization: Alt-Tools-Internet Options-tab Personal data-disable Never allow sites require location-Click Apply-OK. Consequently, it is necessary to reload the map (F5).
Printing the map
Allows measurement of lines and surfaces. Clicking on the map mark the surveyed course line or area perimeter. Double click to end the measurement and display the contents of the measured area (must be min. 4 points).