Editing a custom coordinate system or a custom base coordinate system saves and restores parameter values when switching system or transform type.
False easting and false northing parameter values are displayed in coordinate system units. Switching units of a custom coordinate system scales false easting and false northing values to new units.
Coordinate system metrics picker supports the new 'Use Default Metrics' command which resets metrics to the default values for the coordinate system. If coordinate system metrics are already set to the default values, the command is displayed with a check icon.
Edit controls for coordinate system parameters include a button with a dropdown menu and support the new 'Use Default Value' command which resets the parameter to the default value. If the parameter is already set to the default value, the command is displayed with a check icon.
Coordinate system parameter edits support the new 'Unit Converter' command which allows converting the parameter value between units using a dialog.
(Fix) Invoking the menu for a coordinate system picker or a base coordinate system picker removes the highlight from the picker button after the menu command completes.
Editing a coordinate system or a base coordinate system displays coordinate systems in the new grid control. (This solves a couple of minor UI issues. For example, SRID coordinate systems marked as deprecated now correctly display warning icons without requiring that the system is selected first.)
Composing the definition of a custom coordinate system skips parameters set to trivial default values (1 or 0).
Coordinate system parameters for rotation factors are displayed in degrees and support converting units.
Editing a custom coordinate system or a custom base coordinate system detects invalid parameter values and suggests correcting them before the dialog is closed.
Exporting vector data sets local scales to 1 coordinate system unit instead of to 1 meter or degree.
The Windows dialog uses the new grid control and a toolbar. Selecting one or more windows in the list and pressing Delete closes them.
Right-clicking a layer tab in a map window and selecting the new 'Zoom to Selection' command zooms the window to the selection in the specified layer. If the layer contains no selected data the command does nothing.
Attempting to center or zoom a map layer built on a query automatically computes the extents of the layer and remembers them for future use in zoom commands, until the layer is refreshed or the window is closed.
Ctrl-clicking a layer tab in a map window zooms to the layer. Ctrl-Shift-clicking a layer tab zooms to the selection in the layer.
Comments, query and script windows support the new Edit - Advanced - Make Lower Case / Make Upper Case commands. Both commands operate on the current selection. Shortcuts: Ctrl-U, Ctrl-Shift-U.
Comments, query and script windows support the new Edit - Advanced - Increase Line Indent / Decrease Line Indent commands. If the window contains no selection, the commands are applied to the current line. If the window contains a selection, it is extended to cover complete lines. Shortcuts: Ctrl-T, Ctrl-Shift-T.
Query and script windows support the new Edit - Advanced - Comment Lines / Uncomment Lines commands. If the window contains no selection, the commands are applied to the current line. If the window contains a selection, it is extended to cover complete lines. Shortcuts: Ctrl-K, Ctrl-Shift-K.
Reading a GXF file recognizes more variants of coordinate system data.
(Fix) Reading a PRJ file correctly handles pseudo-Mercator coordinate systems.
(Fix) Exporting labels to GPKG no longer misspells the name of the drawing for exported labels.
(Fix) Exporting an image to GPKG no longer sometimes visually shifts pixels.
(Fix) Exporting an image to GPKG no longer displays warnings in the log.
(Fix) Exporting a map with a mix of vector and raster layers to GPKG no longer fails.
(Fix) Exporting an image with multiple channels to RWB no longer sometimes fails.
(Fix) Importing an image with multiple channels from RWT no longer sometimes fails.
GeoJSON dataports (both file and web versions) support TopoJSON. Geometry collections are expanded automatically.
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