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Improving the Annotation of graphics

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#1 Bastie


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Posted 10 September 2012 - 10:09 AM

In the website for Fototagger, http://www.fototagger.com/, one sees objects linked by lines to tags. In an example in TOUR : http://www.fototagger.com/home_users/product_tour/tag_image/, the lines are shown to have blue squares at either end. In THAT photo, those squares are quite useful. When using the software, the squares show, whether appropriate as in the TOUR picture, or inappropriate as would be in the website picture. 'How to remove those squares ?' has been asked in the Fototagger forum, years ago, with out an answer. I have written to the software vendors, but been unable to elicit a response. I'm looking for a simple suggestion to enhance the otherwise EXCELLENT program.

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#2 Nanobyte


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Posted 23 September 2012 - 05:06 PM

I could not figure out exactly what you mean. Among the examples is a circuit board which has tags and no squares (just a line joining tag to location). Presumably that is set up when you customize the tagging.

Edited by Nanobyte, 23 September 2012 - 05:06 PM.

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