Steve.Lime at DNR.STATE.MN.US
Wed Jun 14 01:52:32 EDT 2006
Unfortunately no, you have to have the labels formatted as they need to be displayed in the data. We've been tossing around a few ideas to fix this limitation in future releases but none are close to implementation. Sorry.
>>> Randy James <rjames57 at YAHOO.COM> 06/13/06 5:30 PM >>>
I have a large data set of contours where I am using a value field
that has 5 decimal places and it makes the label quite long. I have
the contours tiled and used tile4ms to create a tile index for 160
shape files. I would like to strip off the 5 decimal
places("200.00000" = 200) if possible without editing all the values
in the layers, if possible. I could edit all the attribute fields for
less decimal places but it would take quite a bit of time, is there a
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