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  • Angle and zoom
  • What is the nadir?
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The Tilt property is used to determine or modify the tilt of the map displayed in a Map control.
Example
// Change the tilt of the map
MAP_MyMap.Tilt = 30
Syntax

Determining the tilt of the map Hide the details

<Result> = <Map control>.Tilt
<Result>: Real
Tilt of the map in degrees from the nadir.
<Map control>: Control name
Name of Map control used.

Changing the tilt of the map Hide the details

<Map control>.Tilt = <New angle>
<Map control>: Control name
Name of Map control used.
<New angle>: Real
New tilt of the map in degrees from the nadir.
Remarks

Angle and zoom

The minimum angle is 0 (top view in 2D) and the maximum angle is limited according to the zoom level:
  • zoom < 10: maximum angle = 30 degrees.
  • 10 <= zoom <= 14: the maximum angle increases linearly from 30 to 45 degrees.
  • 14 <= zoom <= 15.5: the maximum angle increases linearly from 45 to 67.5 degrees.
  • zoom > 15: max = 67.5 degrees.
The angle will be automatically adjusted when the zoom level is changed.

What is the nadir?

The nadir is the point of the celestial sphere represented by a descending vertical direction, i.e., the point of the celestial sphere "below" a particular location. It is the opposite of the zenith.
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  • Version 26
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