Insert Course Object

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This function is available in OCAD Mapping Solution.This function is available in OCAD Orienteering.This function is available in OCAD Starter.This function is available in OCAD Course Setting.

(This function is only available in course setting projects!)

This dialog box appears when you click the Insert button in the Course Box.

Hint.jpg To insert a Course Object to several Courses at once, see the Insert Course Objects to Courses page.

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Mandatory Crossing Point

Check this option to add a mandatory crossing point. The mandatory crossing point appears in the control description.

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Hint.jpg The connection line is not adapted to the crossing point because the runner may can choose between several. Edit the Connection Line afterwards as needed.

Mandatory Passage Through Out of Bound Area

Check this option to add a mandatory passage through out of bound area. The mandatory passage appears in the control description.

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Hint.jpg The connection line is not adapted to the mandatory passage because the runner may can choose between several. Edit the Connection Line afterwards as needed.

Map Exchange

Check this option to add a map exchange. The map exchange appears in the control description.

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A map exchange can be placed after a control (which is indicated with 0m to the next start in the control description) or after a Marked Route (the length of the marked route appears in the control description).

The map exchange also has an impact on printing. With an inserted map exchange, two maps are printed. To show a start symbol on the second map, a start symbol must be added after the map exchange.

Team Variation

This command is only available for relay and one-man relay courses.

Read the Insert a Team Variation article for more information.

Leg Variation

This command is only available for relay and one-man relay courses.

Read the Insert a Leg Variation article for more information.



Back to the Course Setting for Orienteering page.