Media File Icons - Can they be toggled on and off & how about batch additions

Using PowerGEOPAK SS3 08.11.09.674

When I attach a media file to a survey point in "Survey" it is indicated by an icon on the point, which when you scroll out obscures the point.  Is there a quick toggle to turn these on and off so they don't cloud the drawing?

Also is there any functionality to add media file links in mass if the file name matches some characteristic of the point information?

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  • The icons can be turned on and off by going to Survey Details Panel and opening the message center.  Right Click in the message center and turn off icons.

     

    Photos can be attached to any point during import from raw data IF the point in the raw data contains ATTRIBUTES that contain PHOTO as the attribute name and the name of JPG for the value of the photo.

     

    Example RW5.

     

    • Photos will automatically be attached to a survey point during import if the point contains an attribute prefixed with "Photo" with a value pointing to a photo. Example:

      Example from a RW5 file

      ...

      GPS,PN2,LA38.385570580000,LN-83.455594940000,EL136.500000,--ELECTRIC_POLE

      AT,TNPHOTO1,TV.\Images\ElectricPole.JPG

       

      Attribute name is PHOTO1

      Attribute Value is .\Images\ElectricPole.JPG

      The value points to a jpg with a relative path.


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    Answer Verified By: John Lobbestael MDOT 

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  • The icons can be turned on and off by going to Survey Details Panel and opening the message center.  Right Click in the message center and turn off icons.

     

    Photos can be attached to any point during import from raw data IF the point in the raw data contains ATTRIBUTES that contain PHOTO as the attribute name and the name of JPG for the value of the photo.

     

    Example RW5.

     

    • Photos will automatically be attached to a survey point during import if the point contains an attribute prefixed with "Photo" with a value pointing to a photo. Example:

      Example from a RW5 file

      ...

      GPS,PN2,LA38.385570580000,LN-83.455594940000,EL136.500000,--ELECTRIC_POLE

      AT,TNPHOTO1,TV.\Images\ElectricPole.JPG

       

      Attribute name is PHOTO1

      Attribute Value is .\Images\ElectricPole.JPG

      The value points to a jpg with a relative path.


    For more information about the Road and Site design tools, visit the Road and Site design WIKI at: http://communities.bentley.com/products/road___site_design/w/road_and_site_design__wiki

    Answer Verified By: John Lobbestael MDOT 

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