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    Annotation size problem

    By maunaloa,
    Hi guys! :undecided: A made a File geodatabase, and i created an annotation feature class (not linked to an other shapefile). I'm working on a big map. It's real size 1m x 1m, and i wanted to resize the annotations, because they was so small. (for example, a county's name was 12 pt, but i wanted to change it and rotate it). After the resize, the ArcMap dropped an error >> "An error occured , the grid size error etc etc". I made a "test" annotation feature class to test, how big or small

    Different types of Compass

    By EmperoR,
    A compass is a device which can determine a direction on the Earth, usually used for navigation. A compass  may be aligned to either magnetic north or true North, or occasionally to an arbitrary direction based on the location of celestial bodies. Magnetic north is the direction of the north tip of the Earth's magnetic field, while true North is the direction in which the Earth rotates. The most common type of compass is a magnetic compass, which is used to ascertain the direction of magnet

    Sad day for ArcIMS

    By Lurker,
    related to my prev post here : http://gisarea.com/gis-discussion/what-are-the-deprecation-plans-for-arcgis-9-3-1-and-arcgis-9-4/ ESRI announce change of the deprecation plan, that can be see here : [hide] http://downloads2.esri.com/support/TechArticles/ArcGIS10and101Deprecation_Plan.pdf [/hide] Here is the updated text from the deprecation document: ArcGIS 10.0 ArcIMS lifecycle can be see here ; [hide] http://downloads2.esri.com/support/product%20life%20cycle/server_gis/ArcIMS

    Hide features

    By maunaloa,
    Olla members :cool:! A made a great geodatabase, full with shapefiles. A wanted to select one feature from a shapefile, and hide the others on the same shapefile. Anyone have idea? I tested the f1>help>search for keyword, but i don't see any solution. Help meh:) Ahoy

    Arcgis 10 Service pack 1 Announced

    By EmperoR,
    from ESRI blog, it said : yes , as you see, this service pack will be available, LATE OCTOBER or EARLY NOVEMBER 2010 grab the full list of bugs that will fixed in this PDF : [hide] http://downloads2.esri.com/support/documentation/ao_/10.0_SP1_Announcement.pdf [/hide] enjoy  :laugh:

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