Manual:Map Mode

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MAP MODE

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The Map Mode displays three-dimensional sector and system maps providing information on and locations of all planetary bodies, artificial satellites, bases, jump routes as well as known spacecraft, color coded by faction. Note that jump route lines between factions will display a half/half color from each faction whose systems the wormhole singularity links.

Buttons

FIXME Small buttons still needed for this. See VsWiki:Templates#Interface_buttons

  • [Nav/Info]
    Toggle between Statistical and Map Mode.
  • [Path]
    Used in the Sector Map, this function displays the flightpaths calculated by the Navigation Computer. You have the option to display the flightpath superimposed onto the Sector Map, the flightpath only or Sector Map only. Note that you have to select the path to be visible in the Navigation Computer before it will be displayed.
  • [Target Selected]
    You may select a destination system on the Sector Map and lock it in with this function key.
  • [Up]
    Displays the Sector Map. You may zoom in or out and use the other navigation functions noted here.
  • [Down]
    Displays the System Map. You may zoom in or out and use the other navigation functions noted here.
  • [Axis Swap]
    Rotates the viewed map around its axis.
  • [Viewpoints]
    Select viewpoint representations as two or three dimensional and orthogonal.

FIXME Small buttons still needed for this. See VsWiki:Templates#Interface_buttons

While in the Sector or System Map, your mouse has the following functions:

  • Select object
    Click on object with mouse_button_left_small.png (LMB) to select object or system.
  • Rotate map
    Click mouse_button_left_small.png (LMB) and hold to rotate through x,y,z axes.
  • Zoom in/out
    Click and drag mouse_button_middle_small_001.png (MMB) or use the scrollwheel mouse_wheel_small.png.

See also


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