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  • Double-clicking on Map Features to get More Information

    When you move the mouse pointer over an object that is linked to a another web page, the pointer changes from an arrow to a pointing hand. This means you can double-click on the map feature to load and display a page with more information about the object. Only selected data layers are linked to more data. Popular layers with double-clicked linked data include Parcels, Subdivisions, Annexations, Census, Section Grid, and Zoning. Many other data layers may have this feature. Look for the pointing hand when you move the mouse over a map feature to know when you can double-click for more information.

    If you zoom in far enough to see the "Parcels - Pima" layer, it is actually "on top" of other polygonal layers. In this case you need to turn off the "Parcels - Pima" layer to double-click on a the layer of interest "below" the "Parcels - Pima" layer or to see its map tips.

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