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Sub-Functions

Sub-functions are frequently accessed from the research and administrative functions, and occasionally, the recording functions. The most common way to access these functions is by clicking on the blue hyperlinks found within element captions and tables of data. Other ways include clicking on images or buttons. Sub-functions always display additional information in a popup window.

  • UpdateNotebookEntry is accessed by clicking on an image ID or element ID hyperlink.

  • AllElementsOfPanel is accessed by clicking on an Element number hyperlink.

  • PanelInformation is accessed by clicking on a Panel Letter hyperlink.

  • ClusterInformation is accessed by clicking on a Cluster Number hyperlink.

  • ElementsWithCommonAttribute is accessed by clicking on an element count hyperlink within the Element Report.

  • ElementsOfCommonClass is accessed by clicking on an element count hyperlink that is a count total by class within the Panel Report.

  • PanelElementsByClass is accessed by clicking on an element count hyperlink within the Panel Report.

  • PanelsWithCommonAttribute is accessed by clicking on an panel count hyperlink within the Panel Report.

  • ShowJumboImages is accessed by clicking on a small image or cropped element.

  • ColorLayers is access by clicking on the RGB hyperlink found in the caption beneath most images or elements.

  • ShowMaps is accessed by clicking on an area ( [New window] 34N112W ) hyperlink.

  • CreateSurveyReport is accessed when a recorder clicks a create hyperlink adjacent to a site reference ID.

  • ShowTopoPopup is accessed by clicking on a button on the search by attributes and element coincidence function pages.

  • FacingAnalysisPopup is accessed by clicking on a button on the search by attributes function page.

Sub-Function Buttons

The upper right hand corner of all sub-functions will have three buttons. These buttons are locked in position and will not scroll off the top of the window.

  • Wiki: opens a new window and displays the Wiki page describing the sub-function.

  • Print: prints the current web page.

  • Close: closes the window.

SubFunctions (last edited 2016-05-21 17:31:16 by RogerHaase)

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