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[[File:HatchExample.PNG]]
[[File:Pro40px.PNG|Diese Funktion ist verfügbar in OCAD 11 Professional.|link=https://www.ocad.com/de/produkte/ocad-fuer-kartografie]][[File:Std40px.PNG|Diese Funktion ist verfügbar in OCAD 11 Orienteering Standard.|link=https://www.ocad.com/de/produkte/ocad-fuer-orientierungslauf]][[File:Sta40px.PNG|Diese Funktion ist verfügbar in OCAD 11 Starter.|link=https://www.ocad.com/de/produkte/ocad-fuer-orientierungslauf]][[File:CS40px.PNG|Diese Funktion ist verfügbar in OCAD 11 Course Setting.|link=https://www.ocad.com/de/produkte/ocad-fuer-orientierungslauf]]
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[[File:Pro40px.PNG|This function is available in OCAD 11 Professional.|link=https://www.ocad.com/en/products/ocad-for-cartography]][[File:Std40px.PNG|This function is available in OCAD 11 Orienteering Standard.|link=https://www.ocad.com/en/products/ocad-for-orienteering]][[File:Sta40px.PNG|This function is available in OCAD 11 Starter.|link=https://www.ocad.com/en/products/ocad-for-orienteering]][[File:CS40px.PNG|This function is available in OCAD 11 Course Setting.|link=https://www.ocad.com/en/products/ocad-for-orienteering]][[Category:Symbol]][[Category:Create a New Symbol]]
  
Mit OCAD können Sie komplexe Flächensymbole erstellen. Zusätzlich zu den untenstehenden Optionen können die Zeichnungs- und Bearbeitungswerkzeuge im Symboleditor verwendet werden.
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You can create quite complex area symbols with OCAD. In addition, the symbol editor can make use of nearly all the drawing modes and editing tools that are available for objects in the normal drawing window to make an area symbol even more unique.
Wählen Sie '''Neu''' im '''[[Symbol]]'''-Menü. Im '''Neues Symbol'''-Dialogfenster wählen Sie '''Flächensymbol''' und klicken auf die Schaltfläche '''OK'''.<br>
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[[File:AreaSymbol.JPG|miniatur|350x350px|right|Neues Flächensymbol]]
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Choose the '''New''' command in the '''[[Symbol]]''' menu. Then, choose the '''Area Symbol''' option in the '''New Symbol''' dialog to create a new area symbol.
  
Der Dialog '''Flächensymbol''' wird angezeigt. Dieser besteht aus drei Registern:
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[[File:NewAreaSymbolDialog.PNG]]
  
* '''Allgemein:''' Used to define the color and the borderline.
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The '''Area Symbol''' dialog appears. This dialog provides the following three tabs:
* '''Schraffur:''' Used to define the line thickness, distance and orientation of the hatching.
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* '''General:''' Used to define the color and the borderline.
* '''Struktur:''' Used to define the structure symbol as well as the distances and orientation of the structure.
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* '''Hatch:''' Used to define the line thickness, distance and orientation of the hatching.
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* '''Structure:''' Used to define the structure symbol as well as the distances and orientation of the structure.
  
# Select '''New''' in the '''Symbol''' menu.
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==General==
# Select the symbol type '''Area Symbol'''. The '''Area Symbol''' dialog box appears.
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In this tab you can make general adjustments like those for the fill and borderlines.
# Enter a number between 0.001 and 999999.999 in the '''Symbol number''' field and a symbol description in the '''Description''' field.
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# Click '''Edit'''. The symbol editor appears.
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# If required, configure the options 'general', 'hatch' and 'structure' for the area symbol.
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# Once you have defined the area symbol, select '''Icon''' in the dialog window. The '''Edit Icon''' dialog window appears.
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# Draw the icon in the 22 x 22 pixel matrix field using the various drawing tools.
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# When you are finished, click '''OK''' twice. The new symbol appears in the symbol field.
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[[File:Camera.jpg|video available]] [http://www.ocad.com/howtos/61.htm Different area symbols]
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===Symbol Number===
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Type a symbol number between 0.001 and 999999.999 in this field.
  
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===Symbol Description===
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Enter a symbol description in this field (e.g. Lake).
  
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===Preferred Drawing Tool===
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Choose a preferred drawing tool in the corresponding dropdown list. When the symbol is selected in the '''[[Symbol Box]]''' the drawing mode changes automatically to the chosen one. If '''None''' was chosen, the drawing mode remains the same as it was before.
  
'''Define the structure of the area'''
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===Fill===
* '''Structure:''' Choose None if you want no structure or choose one of the two layouts for the structure.
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Check the '''On''' field to activate the fill. Allocate a fill color from the dropdown list. All colors from the '''[[Colors|Color Table]]''' appear in this dropdown list. If you use borderlines or a structure, make sure that the fill color is below the borderline respectively the structure color in the '''[[Colors|Color Table]]'''. Otherwise, the fill covers the structure completely or the borderline is only shown with half the width.
* '''Width:''' Enter the horizontal distance from one structure to the next (center to center). This distance is horizontal if the angle is 0, otherwise it is measured in the corresponding angle.
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* '''Height:''' Enter the vertical distance from one structure line to the next (center to center). This distance is vertical if the angle is 0, otherwise it is measured in the corresponding angle.
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* '''Angle:''' Enter here the angle of the structure. If this angle is 0 the structure is drawn as shown in the Structure box. Otherwise it is rotated counterclockwise for positive angles.
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* '''Edit:''' Click this button to draw one structure element in the symbol editor. In the symbol editor the symbol will also appear (in gray) in the position of the neighboring structures in order to get an impression of the structured area. If you enter an angle other than 0, the structure will be rotated, but not the symbol.
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: '''Remark:''' It is possible to rotate the structure of individual objects drawn with that symbol with the '''Indicate Direction of Area Pattern, Point or Text Object''' button. In this case the structure and the structure symbols will be rotated.
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===Border===
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Activate borderlines by checking the corresponding '''On''' checkbox. Then, select a line symbol in the dropdown list below. All line symbols in the '''[[Symbol Box]]''' are listed there. Make sure that the color of the line symbol is below the color of the fill in the '''[[Colors|Color Table]]''', otherwise half of the line symbol will be covered by it.
  
'''Define Parameters for a hatched area'''
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[[File:Border.PNG]]
* '''Hatch:''' Choose None if you do not want a hatch; or choose a simple hatch or a cross-hatch.
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* '''Color:''' Choose a color for the hatch lines.
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===Orientation to North===
* '''Line width:''' Enter the line width for the hatch lines.
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Check the '''Hatch/Structure orientated to north when rotating the map''' option if you want to keep a hatch or structure always orientated to north when rotating the map ('''[[Edit Object#Rotate|Rotate]]''').
* '''Distance:''' Enter the distance between the hatch lines.
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* '''Angle 1:''' Enter the angle for the hatch lines. 0 means horizontal lines. For angles greater than 0, the lines are rotated counterclockwise.
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[[File:OrientationToNorth.PNG]]
* '''Angle 2:''' Enter the second angle for the hatch lines if you have defined a cross-hatch. Otherwise this value is ignored. 0 means horizontal lines. For angles greater than 0, the lines are rotated counterclockwise.
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==Hatch==
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[[File:HatchExample.PNG]]
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In this tab you can define the parameters for a simple hatch or a cross-hatch.
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[[File:Hatch.PNG]]
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===Hatch===
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Choose between '''None''' if you do not want a hatch, simple hatch or a cross-hatch.
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[[File:HatchTip.PNG]]
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===Color===
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Choose a color for the hatch lines. Make sure that this color is below the background color of the area in the '''[[Colors|Color Table]]'''.
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===Line Width===
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Enter a line width in mm for the hatch lines in this field.
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===Distance===
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Enter the distance between the hatch lines in this field.
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===Angles===
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* '''Angle 1:''' Enter the angle for the hatch lines. 0 means that the lines are horizontal. For angles greater than 0, the lines are rotated counterclockwise.
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* '''Angle 2:''' Enter the second angle for the hatch lines if you have defined a cross-hatch. Otherwise this value is ignored. 0 means that the lines are horizontal. For angles greater than 0, the lines are rotated counterclockwise.
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==Structure==
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In this tab you can define the parameters for a structure.
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[[File:Structure.PNG]]
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===Structure===
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Choose between '''None''' if you do not want a structure or one of the two layouts for structures.
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[[File:StructureTip.PNG]]
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===Width===
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Enter the horizontal distance from one structure to the next (center to center). This distance is horizontal if the angle is 0, otherwise it is measured in the corresponding angle.
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===Height===
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Enter the vertical distance from one structure line to the next (center to center). This distance is vertical if the angle is 0, otherwise it is measured in the corresponding angle.
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===Angle===
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Enter here the angle of the structure. If this angle is 0 the structure is drawn as shown in the structure box. Otherwise it is rotated counterclockwise for positive angles.
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===Edit===
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Click this button to draw one structure element in the '''[[Create a New Point Symbol#Symbol Editor|Symbol Editor]]'''. In the '''[[Create a New Point Symbol#Symbol Editor|Symbol Editor]]''' the symbol will also appear (in gray) in the position of the neighboring structures in order to get an impression of the structured area. If you enter an angle other than 0, the structure will be rotated, but not the symbol. Read more about the '''[[Create a New Point Symbol#Symbol Editor|Symbol Editor]]''' in the '''[[Create a New Point Symbol#Symbol Editor|Symbol Editor]]''' article. This article contains also a paragraph for structured areas.
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[[File:Hint.jpg]] It is possible to rotate the structure of individual objects drawn with that symbol with the '''Indicate Direction of Area Pattern, Point or Text Object''' button. In this case the structure and the structure symbols will be rotated.
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===Examples===
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[[File:Example.jpg]] '''[[Example Boulders with Shrubbery]]'''
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: This is an example for a structured area symbol.<br>
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[[File:BolderWithShrubbery.PNG|750px]]
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[[File:Example.jpg]] '''[[Example Dam]]'''
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: This is an example for a structured area symbol.<br>
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[[File:Dam.PNG|750px]]
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==Icon==
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Click the '''Icon''' button in the dialog to create an icon for the symbol. The '''Icon Editor''' appears. Read more about this editor in the '''[[Create a New Symbol#Icon Editor|Icon Editor]]''' article.
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[[File:Camera.jpg|video available]] [http://www.ocad.com/howtos/61.htm Different area symbols]
  
: [[File:Example.jpg|example]] [[Beispiel Geröll mit Gebüsch]]
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Back to the '''[[Create a New Symbol]]''' page.
: [[File:Example.jpg|example]] [[Beispiel Damm]]
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Version vom 4. Juli 2013, 07:50 Uhr

HatchExample.PNG

This function is available in OCAD 11 Professional.This function is available in OCAD 11 Orienteering Standard.This function is available in OCAD 11 Starter.This function is available in OCAD 11 Course Setting.

You can create quite complex area symbols with OCAD. In addition, the symbol editor can make use of nearly all the drawing modes and editing tools that are available for objects in the normal drawing window to make an area symbol even more unique.

Choose the New command in the Symbol menu. Then, choose the Area Symbol option in the New Symbol dialog to create a new area symbol.

NewAreaSymbolDialog.PNG

The Area Symbol dialog appears. This dialog provides the following three tabs:

  • General: Used to define the color and the borderline.
  • Hatch: Used to define the line thickness, distance and orientation of the hatching.
  • Structure: Used to define the structure symbol as well as the distances and orientation of the structure.

General

In this tab you can make general adjustments like those for the fill and borderlines.

Symbol Number

Type a symbol number between 0.001 and 999999.999 in this field.

Symbol Description

Enter a symbol description in this field (e.g. Lake).

Preferred Drawing Tool

Choose a preferred drawing tool in the corresponding dropdown list. When the symbol is selected in the Symbol Box the drawing mode changes automatically to the chosen one. If None was chosen, the drawing mode remains the same as it was before.

Fill

Check the On field to activate the fill. Allocate a fill color from the dropdown list. All colors from the Color Table appear in this dropdown list. If you use borderlines or a structure, make sure that the fill color is below the borderline respectively the structure color in the Color Table. Otherwise, the fill covers the structure completely or the borderline is only shown with half the width.

Border

Activate borderlines by checking the corresponding On checkbox. Then, select a line symbol in the dropdown list below. All line symbols in the Symbol Box are listed there. Make sure that the color of the line symbol is below the color of the fill in the Color Table, otherwise half of the line symbol will be covered by it.

Border.PNG

Orientation to North

Check the Hatch/Structure orientated to north when rotating the map option if you want to keep a hatch or structure always orientated to north when rotating the map (Rotate).

OrientationToNorth.PNG


Hatch

HatchExample.PNG

In this tab you can define the parameters for a simple hatch or a cross-hatch.

Hatch.PNG

Hatch

Choose between None if you do not want a hatch, simple hatch or a cross-hatch.

HatchTip.PNG

Color

Choose a color for the hatch lines. Make sure that this color is below the background color of the area in the Color Table.

Line Width

Enter a line width in mm for the hatch lines in this field.

Distance

Enter the distance between the hatch lines in this field.

Angles

  • Angle 1: Enter the angle for the hatch lines. 0 means that the lines are horizontal. For angles greater than 0, the lines are rotated counterclockwise.
  • Angle 2: Enter the second angle for the hatch lines if you have defined a cross-hatch. Otherwise this value is ignored. 0 means that the lines are horizontal. For angles greater than 0, the lines are rotated counterclockwise.

Structure

In this tab you can define the parameters for a structure.

Structure.PNG

Structure

Choose between None if you do not want a structure or one of the two layouts for structures.

StructureTip.PNG

Width

Enter the horizontal distance from one structure to the next (center to center). This distance is horizontal if the angle is 0, otherwise it is measured in the corresponding angle.

Height

Enter the vertical distance from one structure line to the next (center to center). This distance is vertical if the angle is 0, otherwise it is measured in the corresponding angle.

Angle

Enter here the angle of the structure. If this angle is 0 the structure is drawn as shown in the structure box. Otherwise it is rotated counterclockwise for positive angles.

Edit

Click this button to draw one structure element in the Symbol Editor. In the Symbol Editor the symbol will also appear (in gray) in the position of the neighboring structures in order to get an impression of the structured area. If you enter an angle other than 0, the structure will be rotated, but not the symbol. Read more about the Symbol Editor in the Symbol Editor article. This article contains also a paragraph for structured areas.

Hint.jpg It is possible to rotate the structure of individual objects drawn with that symbol with the Indicate Direction of Area Pattern, Point or Text Object button. In this case the structure and the structure symbols will be rotated.

Examples

Example.jpg Example Boulders with Shrubbery

This is an example for a structured area symbol.

BolderWithShrubbery.PNG

Example.jpg Example Dam

This is an example for a structured area symbol.

Dam.PNG

Icon

Click the Icon button in the dialog to create an icon for the symbol. The Icon Editor appears. Read more about this editor in the Icon Editor article.



video available Different area symbols

Back to the Create a New Symbol page.