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mapconnectors [2019/05/01 20:36]
tarquinwj created
mapconnectors [2019/05/04 21:41]
tarquinwj Link to styling pitches
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-=====Map ​Connections=====+=====Map ​Connection points, and map offsets=====
  
 When passages overlap, you may want to be able to show an exploded plan; a plan where the layers are separated away from each other, displayed side by side, instead of overlapping. This can be done in a couple of ways, but this page concentrates on the approach where maps are displaced when including them in another map with an offset. Whenever a scrap gets offset from its natural position, map connection points automatically add a displacement arrow, showing the offset from the natural position. When passages overlap, you may want to be able to show an exploded plan; a plan where the layers are separated away from each other, displayed side by side, instead of overlapping. This can be done in a couple of ways, but this page concentrates on the approach where maps are displaced when including them in another map with an offset. Whenever a scrap gets offset from its natural position, map connection points automatically add a displacement arrow, showing the offset from the natural position.
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 +Note that to keep things simple, none of the pitches in these demonstrations are styled in the conventional manner. To see how to style them in the conventional manner, see the article about [[offsetpitches|colouring pitches in simple and offset maps]].
  
 ====Other nasty cases==== ====Other nasty cases====
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