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The object symbol on the Map may be visible or hidden. An object can be hidden in one of the following ways:

  1. At the system configuration stage. Visible objects are always reflected on the Map, whereas hidden objects are reflected only in "view hidden objects" mode. To switch-on "view hidden objects", use the Show hidden command of the Map functional menu called with a right mouse click on any place on the Map, which is free from object symbols.

    The status of the mode is indicated by a checkmark near the Show hidden objects button, which indicates that hidden objects can be viewed.

    Note.

    Hidden objects view and hide function applies across all Map levels.

  2. With the filter on the map layer. This filter applies only to the current layer and hides all objects of the specified type or the names of objects. Hiding and displaying objects is performed using the Hide (Filter) command in the Map functional menu called with a right mouse click on any place on the Map, which is free from object symbols.

    Hidden objects are checked with tick mark. The hiding on the system configuration stage takes precedence over the hiding on the map layer, i.e. an object hidden on the configuration step is not displayed, even if the Hide (Filter) tick mark is unchecked.
    The Name menu item is intended to hide the names of all objects on the current map layer. If an object is hidden by any of the above methods, then its name is not displayed, even if the Name tick mark is unchecked. If the Name tick mark is checked, then only graphic symbols (icons, lines, etc.) without captions are displayed on the layer.