Global Mapper 21 keyboard shortcuts

Global Mapper 21

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
13 months ago
- Shortcuts
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Ctrl + O

OPEN a New Data File

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Ctrl + S

SAVE the Current Workspace

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Ctrl + W

Load a WORKSPACE File

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Ctrl + U

UNLOAD All Loaded Data Files

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F1

Display the USER MANUAL

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Alt + X

EXIT Global Mapper

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Alt + C

Show the Overlay CONTROL CENTER

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↑   Shift + C

CAPTURE the current screen contents to an image

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Ctrl + A

SELECT ALL LAYERS in the Overlay Control Center

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Ctrl + M

MARK a waypoint at the current GPS location (when tracking a GPS device)

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Ctrl + T

Start TRACKING a connected GPS device

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + D

Toggle the display of features MARKED AS DELETED

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Ctrl + L

Copy current cursor LOCATION (lat, lon) to the Windows Clipboard

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Ctrl + Alt + L

Copy current cursor LOCATION (lat, lon) in the Currently Selected Projection to the Windows Clipboard inserting a TAB character to separate the X and Y values

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + L

Copy current cursor LOCATION (lat, lon) to the Windows Clipboard, and append the ELEVATION value, if available

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Ctrl + C

COPY (to the clipboard) features currently selected with the Digitizer/ Edit tool

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Ctrl + X

DELETE (& Copy to clipboard) features currently selected with Digitizer/ Edit tool

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Ctrl + V

PASTE clipboard contents (from Ctrl + C or Ctrl + X) to current cursor location

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + V

Paste clipboard contents BUT don't clear the clipboard

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Esc

CANCEL the current draw or tool operation

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Ctrl + E

EDIT THE DESCRIPTION of selected layers when the Control Center is active

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Ctrl + 3

Show 3D View Window

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + D

Toggle Display of DELETED Features

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↑   Shift + G

Toggle GRID Line Display On and Off

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↑   Shift + L

Toggle Elevation LEGEND Display On and Off

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↑   Shift + S

Toggle Distance SCALE Display On and Off

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Ctrl + P

PRINT the Current Map View

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↑   Shift + V

Toggle Line & Area VERTEX Display On and Off

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Ctrl + Alt + ↑   Shift + V

Toggle VECTOR LAYER Display On and Off

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Home

Zoom to the Full EXTENTS of All Loaded Data

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Ctrl + Home

Center on a Location

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Ctrl +

Restore the LAST ZOOMED VIEW (Zoom tool only)

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Page Down

Zoom In

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Ctrl + Page Down

Zoom In a Tiny bit

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Page Up

ZOOM OUT

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Ctrl + Page Up

ZOOM OUT a TINY bit

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← ↑ → ↓

PAN the Map Display 1/4 of Screen

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↑   Shift + ← ↑ → ↓

PAN the Map Display 1/2 of Screen

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Ctrl + ← ↑ → ↓

PAN the Map Display an Entire Screen

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Alt + R

SAVE the Current view

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Ctrl + R

RESTORE Last SAVED View

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Ctrl + Backspace

RESTORE Last DRAWN View

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↑   Shift + Z

ZOOM to SCALE

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Ctrl + 1

ZOOM (the Raster Layer at the Screen Center) to Full Detail (1:1 PIXEL SIZE)

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Alt + P

Select the info tool as the current tool

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P

Toggle only selecting point features

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Cycle through the features at the clicked location

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Ctrl

Display feature info and ignore alternate link options

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Ctrl + Z

UNDO the last operation, if possible (example: when digitizing new features)

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Del

MARK the selected feature(s) AS DELETED

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Ctrl + Del

DELETE the selected vertice(s)

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↑   Shift + Del

UNDELETE the selected feature(s)

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EDIT FEATURE under cursor

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Ctrl + Alt + M

MEASURE the cut-and-fill VOLUME of the currently selected line or area feature

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Ctrl + N

Cycle through non-connected line endpoints (end-NODES)

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↑   Shift + T

Create new line (TRACE mode)

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↑   Shift

Causes the shape to be ELLIPTICAL or RECTANGULAR rather than the default of circular or square

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T +

Causes shapes to be ANCHORED at the CENTER OF SHAPE rather than the top left of shape

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Alt +

DISABLE automatic SNAPPING behavior

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V +

ONLY snap to EXISTING VERTICES/ FEATURES

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Ctrl +

ADD/ APPEND selected features to cached selection

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↑   Shift +

REMOVE selected features from cached selection

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift +

Toggle the SELECTION STATE of selected features

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A +

Select only the topmost AREA feature at the clicked location

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L +

Select only the topmost LINE feature at the clicked location

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P +

Select only the topmost POINT feature at the clicked location

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Alt +

Automatically enter MOVE mode for selected feature(s) after selection

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I +
+

(drag box) Only select FEATURES that are completely CONTAINED WITHIN the drag box

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S +

(or drag box) Only select VERTICES from line or area features that are ALREADY SELECTED

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↑   Shift +

New vertex will be inserted at NEAREST LOCATION to clicked location on selected feature rather than at click location

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I +

STAY IN VERTEX INSERT MODE after inserting vertex. Useful if needing to insert multiple vertices

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X

Clamp (restrict) movement of features/ vertices to the HORIZONTAL axis

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or ↑   Shift
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Y

Clamp (restrict) movement of features/ vertices to the VERTICAL axis

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or Ctrl
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Ctrl + ↑   Shift

Clamp (restrict) movement of features/ vertices to the DIAGONAL axis

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R

Toggles clamped movement to RIGHT-ANGLES from direction of last drawn segment

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + M

MOVE the selected features

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Alt +

Automatically enter MOVE MODE for selected feature(s) after selection

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J +

Automatically enter JOIN MODE if more than one vertex is selected

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Alt +

DISABLE AUTOMATIC SNAP-to-nearest-feature functionality

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↑   Shift +

(click on Reference Image) ROUND the clicked location to nearest 30 seconds for arc degree units or nearest 1000 ground units for linear measurements (like meters and feet)

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↑   Shift +

(Zoomed View) Automatically ADD CLICKED POINT to GCP list (simulate press of 'Add GCP to List' button)

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Ctrl + S

Save the current CONTROL POINT LIST to GCP file

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Ctrl +

Zoom out to the ENTIRE EXTENTS of the data being rectified

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Ctrl + 3

Open or refresh the 3D view

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F5

Refresh the 3D view

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← ↑ → ↓

Pan 3D view left, right, forward, and back or move in. In Walk mode, Arrow up/down to move into or away from the scene, arrow left/right to rotate the view around the current location. The SHIFT key will cause large moves/ rotations

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Page Up / Down

Zoom out and in (hold SHIFT for larger move; hold CTRL key for smaller move). In walk mode raise and lowers walk mode height (SHIFT keys modifies reduce or enlarge height increment)

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Home

Return to default view

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or Num 5
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or Ctrl + ↑   Shift + D
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Ctrl + Home

Center the 2D view on the current selection

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Num 8

Control tilt forward and back. Use the SHIFT and CTRL modifiers to increase/decrease the tilt amount (4x, 1/4x respectively)

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or Num 2
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Num 4

Control rotation right and left. Use the SHIFT and CTRL : modifiers to increase/decrease the rotation amount (4x, 1/4x respectively)

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or Num 6
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Num 7

Move up. Use the SHIFT and modifiers to increase/decrease the move amount (4x, 1/4x respectively)

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or Num 9
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Num 1

Move down. Use the SHIFT and CTRL : modifiers to increase/decrease the move amount (4x, 1/4x respectively)

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or Num 3
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Roll to zoom in and out or raise and lower the walk mode height. Click and drag to pan or change the walk mode pitch.

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Navigate the view. For normal navigation, forward / back movements tilt the scene up or down; left/right movements rotate the view. In Walk mode, forward / back movements move forwards or back in the scene. Left / right movements rotate the view. For all modes, holding down the SHIFT key or the CTRL key increase / decrease the amount of rotation, tilt, or movement, respectively.

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For normal navigation , forward / back movements zoom in or out. For Walk mode, raise and lower walk mode height. For all modes, holding down the SHIFT key or the CTRL key increase / decrease the amount of rotation, tilt, or movement, respectively.

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V

Locks mouse movement to the vertical plane

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H

Locks mouse movement to the horizontal plane

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F11

Decreases the field of view by 5 degrees; if CTRL is held down, it decreases by 1 degree, if SHIFT is held down, it decreases by 10 degrees.

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F12

Increases the field of view by 5 degrees; if CTRL is held down, it increases by 1 degree, if SHIFT is held down, it increases by 10 degrees.

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Home

Default View. This is the standard view that you get when you open the 3D viewer.

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or Ctrl + ↑   Shift + D
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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + T

Top View. This is a view from directly above the scene.

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + U

Bottom View. This is a view from directly underneath the scene.

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + L

Left View. This is a view from the left side of the scene.

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + R

Right View. This is a view from the right side of the scene. Use to go to a right view.

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + F

Front View. This is a view from in front of the scene. Use to go to a front view.

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + B

Back View. This is a view from directly behind the scene.

Note: Only one of these modifier keys may be active at a time.
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P

Hold down when Selecting, Digitizing or Measuring to filter to point features

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A

Hold down to filter to area features

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L

Hold down to filter to line features

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M

Hold down to filter to mesh features

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Ctrl + Z

While digitizing or editing, undoes the last point.

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Esc

While selecting, the Escape key clears the current selection.

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Esc

When digitizing, the Escape key cancels the current digitizing operation, and reverts to selection mode.

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Esc

When measuring, the Escape key cancels the current measurement operation.

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⤶ Enter

When digitizing, the Return key completes the current digitization operation.

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⤶ Enter

When measuring, the Return key completes the current measurement operation.

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Del

If there is a current selection available, the selected features are deleted.

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W

Enable or disable wireframe

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Ctrl + W

Enable walk mode

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + W

Enable/ disable water level display

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T

Enable or disable display of textures on meshes

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M

Enable or disable Measure tool

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D

Enable or disable Digitizer tool

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + D

Sets the default view

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E

Resets vertical exaggeration to 1.0

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Ctrl + E

Lower vertical exaggeration

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↑   Shift + E

Raise vertical exaggeration

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P

Enables / disable pivot axis display

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Ctrl + P

Enables / disables the path profile display, if a path profile is available.

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Ctrl + G

Enables / disables display of GPS tracks

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Num +

Raise/ lower water level if water level display is enabled.

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or Num -
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Ctrl + B

Enables / disables backface culling

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Ctrl + N

Toggle display of vertex normals for meshes

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↑   Shift + N

Toggle display of face normals for meshes

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N

Toggle normal display mode for meshes (vertex normals and face normals)

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Ctrl + C

Copy 3D view image to clipboard

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + C

Copy 3D view image to clipboard without notifications

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Program information

Program name: Global Mapper 21 Global Mapper 21 (Imaging)

Global Mapper is a geographic information system (GIS) software package developed by Blue Marble Geographics. Used for visualizing, editing, and analyzing LiDAR or point cloud data of any format, Global Mapper handles both vector and raster.

Web page: bluemarblegeo.com

How easy to press shortcuts: 85%

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Shortcut count: 148

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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