User Documentation > Mini View
Mini View
There might be times when you would like to see the Overview Map and one scan simultaneously. If so, you can open a second, smaller window over the main window; the Mini View.
Figure 90: Overview Map with a Mini View showing the panorama image of scan “backnang006”
Overview Map
The Overview map can show the Scan View as a Mini View in the top left corner. The small Scan View can be handled in the same way as the full-screen Scan View; you can move and rotate the view, and measurements and annotations are displayed and can be clicked. You can also click the 3D button to open the 3D View.
The Scan View could be used, for example, to focus objects in the overview map, or to pick a coordinate with the coordinate picker and view the position in both views.
The Mini View can be opened by clicking the Scan View buttontoggleFeatureBoxin the Action Bar.
Clicking the button opens a Scan View as Mini View and opens the scan that is closest to the current center of the map. If the Mini View is already open, it opens the scan closest to the current center of the map.
Scan View
The Scan view can show the Overview Map as a Mini View in the top left corner. The small Overview Map can be handled in the same way as the full-screen Overview Map; you can move the view, and measurements and annotations are displayed and can be clicked.
The Overview Map could be used, for example, to load other scans, or to focus objects in the Scan View.
The Mini View can be opened by clicking the Overview Map buttonoverviewmap in the Action Bar.
Mini View Configuration
The Mini View has three buttons:
Swap View button swaps the views shown in the Mini View and the Main Window.
Toggle View Size button toggles the size of the mini view.
Close Mini View button closes the mini view.
When navigating to a view other than the Scan View or Overview Map, the Mini View gets closed automatically.