Radius on Map

⌘当前价格: 30
⌘支持系统: OS X 10.12
⌘服务支持: 官方页面

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Easily make and edit radii on a map. Properties for each radius: - Center coordinate - Radius - Fill color and opacity - Perimeter color and opacity - Name - Notes (optional) Other features: - Import radii stored as polygons in a .kml file. - Export radii as 60 point polygons saved to a kml file to view in Google Earth™ or other mapping applications. - Ability to specify which radii show on the map by selecting them in the list view. - Search for keywords in name and notes fields to find a specific radius. - Show current location on map. This requires WIFI to be on and at least one mapped WIFI network nearby. - Forward geocoding: Find locations on the map by typing an address. - Reverse geocoding: Find addresses near a given point on the map. - Create a new radius from a geocoding result. Coordinate formats include: - Degrees - Degrees, Minutes - Degrees, Minutes, Seconds (Datum used is WGS-84) Distance units include: - Kilometers - Miles - Nautical miles - Meters - Yards - Feet - Custom. Define your own distance units in terms of meters. For example 1 centimeter = 0.01 meter and 1 kilometer = 1000 meters. Area units include: - Square meters - Square feet - Square yards - Square kilometers - Square miles - Square nautical miles - Acres - Hectares - Custom. Define your own area units in terms of square meters. For example 1 square centimeter = 0.0001 square meter and 1 square kilometer = 1000000 square meters. Other notes: - Includes undo / redo functionality for important operations such as move, add / delete, and change radius. - A radius should not cover more than half of the Earth's surface. - A radius over a pole is fine, but a single radius should not include both poles.