Edit
You can edit the name as well as other properties of a scan, measurement, annotation or orthophoto. This may help to get meaningful names, e.g., to edit scan names like scan_022, or to clarify entries when sharing measurements (e.g., critical door width).
Select Edit from the Task Panel. The task description is displayed and consists of the steps you already know from the Annotate task.
The yellow color states that at least one mandatory step is not finished. As soon as you enter valid data, the color will change to green
1. Select Objects: Select one or more objects in the Panorama View.
Note: If you select an object that is write-protected, a warning appears. If you have Project Manager rights, you can click to edit the object.
Now, you have two possibilities:
Click the Select Object button, then click one or more objects.
Select a group of objects by using the Rectangular Selection button. Click the button, then drag the mouse pointer over the area containing the objects.
Use the Deselect button if you do not want to edit the selected objects. Click the button, then drag the mouse pointer over the area containing the objects.
If one of the objects inside a marked area must not be edited, click the Select Object button, then click the object.
Deselect: click the X button if you do not want to edit a selected object.
2. The marked objects are listed below the selection buttons. Click the button behind the object name to de-select the object. A message is shown if one of the objects is write-protected.
3. Edit Color: only available for selected areas. Edit the color for the annotation line or area using the following methods:
Color field with 16 predefined colors.
Advanced color picker of the browser: click the colored field to open it.
Text input field for the color's RGB hex color code, for example, #ffffff for white, #000000 for black and #ff0000 for red.
4. Edit Name: Enter the new name of the object. The name can contain any character you like.
5. Edit Description (optional): Enter the description of the object. Format your entries by using some simple tags. Click the link to learn about the formatting syntax. For example, starting a line with the # character will format this line as a heading 1.
6. Edit Links (optional): Furthermore you can attach one or more hyperlinks. Enter these hyperlinks and separate each hyperlink with a comma.
7. Edit Category:
Click -None-, if the object must not belong to a category, or enter a new category name in the New Tag field and click Set.
8. Edit Tags:
Select, if this object must be assigned to a tag or enter a new tag name in the New Tag field and click Set.
Click OK in the task description to save the changes.