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 {{ :​manual:​user_guide:​ic_dashboard_view_alt.png?​nolink|}}====== Dashboards ====== {{ :​manual:​user_guide:​ic_dashboard_view_alt.png?​nolink|}}====== Dashboards ======
-FIXME IN RECONSTRUCTION FIXME+
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   * <wrap info>​This feature is available in Locus Map Pro only.</​wrap>​   * <wrap info>​This feature is available in Locus Map Pro only.</​wrap>​
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   * **Resize by the bottom panel** - your dashboard will cover only the map screen and will not interfere with bottom panel- it will be resized by it   * **Resize by the bottom panel** - your dashboard will cover only the map screen and will not interfere with bottom panel- it will be resized by it
  
-===== How to create ​a new dashboard =====+===== Creating ​a new dashboard =====
  
   * open **Dashboard editor** and select option **New dashboard**:​\\ {{ :​manual:​user_guide:​tools:​dash7.png?​nolink |}}   * open **Dashboard editor** and select option **New dashboard**:​\\ {{ :​manual:​user_guide:​tools:​dash7.png?​nolink |}}
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   * **Add new item** - adds a new item field on the left, right, above or below the selected item   * **Add new item** - adds a new item field on the left, right, above or below the selected item
   * **Work with items**:   * **Work with items**:
-    * //change item// - displays selection of function outputs to replace the current one +    * **change item** - displays selection of function outputs to replace the current one 
-    * //edit item// - settings of visibility of texts, icons, units, text appearance, icon appearance and positioning,​ text and unit align, background color, shape, size, padding, margin of the item. All can be checked on the item real-time preview +    * **edit item** - settings of visibility of texts, icons, units, text appearance, icon appearance and positioning,​ text and unit align, background color, shape, size, padding, margin of the item. All can be checked on the item real-time preview 
-    * //copy style&​paste style// - useful when cloning items, especially when editing already existing theme +    * **copy style&​paste style** - useful when cloning items, especially when editing already existing theme 
-    * //delete item// - deletes the field and its content - its space is taken by surrounding items+    * **delete item** - deletes the field and its content - its space is taken by surrounding items
   * **Work with rows**{{ :​manual:​user_guide:​tools:​dash3.png?​nolink |}}   * **Work with rows**{{ :​manual:​user_guide:​tools:​dash3.png?​nolink |}}
-    * //edit row// - sets whole row background color, shape and size +    * **edit row** - sets whole row background color, shapeand size 
-    * //copy&​paste style// - useful when cloning whole rows, especially when editing already existing theme +    * **copy&​paste style** - useful when cloning whole rows, especially when editing already existing theme 
-    * //delete row// - deletes all fields and their contents - their space is taken by rows above or below+    * **delete row** - deletes all fields and their contents - their space is taken by rows above or below
   * **topbar**   * **topbar**
-    * //settings// - edit dashboard name, description and other dashboard details +    * **settings** - edit dashboard name, description and other dashboard details 
-    * //save as...// - insert a new name or overwrite already existing theme +    * **save as...** - insert a new name or overwrite already existing theme 
-    * //delete// - deletes the dashboard+    * **delete** - deletes the dashboard
  
 <WRAP round tip > <WRAP round tip >
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 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-==== Using an existing dashboard as a template ==== +===== Using an existing dashboard as a template ====
-The principle of editing is the same as when creating a new dashboard but the main layout and some formatting is already done. Just select ​one from offered themes ​and edit it, overwrite it or select ​//Save as...// to create a new theme. ​+It is not always necessary to create a new dashboard from scratch. You can **edit an already existing one and use it as a template**. 
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 +The principle of editing is the same as when creating a new dashboard but the main layout and some formatting is already done. Just select ​a dashboard that suits your needs the best from offered themes:\\  {{ :​manual:​user_guide:​tools:​dash2.gif?​nolink |}} 
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 +Then you can edit it, overwrite it and/or select ​**Save as...** to create a new theme. ​
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