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Within Concept3D, you have different location marking tools to designate locations. The options available are:


Marker



The marker tool is a simple marker pin placed on the map. This would be used for a single, precise location. Select the Marker tool, then select anywhere on the map to place the marker. 

Marker Tool

Marker Tool Display

Polygon



The polygon tool allows you to mark out a complex area. This entire area within the marked area is considered the location, and will be shaded on the map.  Select the Polygon tool, then select points outlining the desired location on the map. To complete the polygon, select the starting point to close the shape. 

Polygon Tool

Polygon Tool Display

Polyline



This tool is good for displaying boundaries, that don't necessarily include the entire area within a shape for a particular location. For example, this can be a transportation or parade route. Select the Polyline tool, then mark the path of the desired location. This does not need to be a closed shape.

Polyline Tool

Polyline Tool Display

Circle



A circle, which can be used to display locations or zones that are best marked with a circle. Any location with an equal distance to it's boundaries should be shown with a circle, such as the range of a wifi signal. Select the Circle tool, then select on the map and expand the circle until desired. Select the square in the middle to move the circle, or the single square on the edge to increase/decrease the size. 

Circle Tool

Circle Tool Display

Rectangle



This is a simple rectangle/square shape, includes the area within the shape for the location. Select the Rectangle tool, then mark the desired area. Select and drag the middle square to move the shape, or one of the outer squares on the corners to resize. 

Rectangle Tool

Rectangle Tool Display

Polymarker



The Polymarker tool is a location that contains multiple precise locations, such as restrooms around campus, or possibly bus stops. Select the Polymarker tool, then select all locations within that single location. 


Polymarker Tool

Polymarker Tool Display