gary.morin at keynetix.com
Fri Apr 30 06:46:12 EDT 2010
I think it's a really pain. I guess you may be using sdf files, which can
contain different types on geometry.
One method, is to edit the layer XML, it's best done in MapGuide Maestro.
Just open the layer and click edit as XML. Look for sections in XML name
pointTypeStyle, lineTypeStyle or AreaTypeStyle and delete the sections you
In Studio you can not edit the XML or reload it.
I hope this helps
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> bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of pilchid
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> Subject: [mapguide-users] Layers...
> Ok, this is going to sound like a very amateurish question but its been
> bothering me for a while now. I have a huge number of layers within my
> (mapguide studio) which have been infilled with a coour to represent the
> variation of shrubs, grasses etc...(I work for a land management
> Expanding on the group will reveal the layers in order such as i.e grass
> the relevant colour i.e green in the area format. However..the point and
> line layer also appear in the task legend. Even if I deselect them in
> properties it still leaves a space for them...
> I am finding it a bit untidy and unessecary...is there away round this ?
> Matt P
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