It is the document that teaches you how to reach the layers you have added before.

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In the GISLayer software, the layers you have used on the map before are saved in your browser. You can view these saved layers again. Step-by-step visuals explain how to get back to the previously created layers.

Step 1: Opening the Layer Box

In the GISLayer Software the user must first open the layer box. You can open the layer box by clicking on the layer symbol in the upper left corner of the screen.

The following screenshot shows the position of the layer symbol.

Adding Previously Used Layers

Step 2: Previously Used Layers Button in Layer Box

In the GISLayer Software then should be the Previously Used Layer button in the upper button group of the Layer Box clicked.

The following screenshot shows the position of this button.

Adding Previously Used Layers

Step 3: Introducing the Previously Used Layers Panel

In the GISLayer Software a panel is opened after clicking on the button Previously Used Layers. In this panel the last layer added by the user is at the top. Information and buttons in this panel are explained below.

  1. Layer Name: Previously opened layers are listed.
  2. Layer Type: Layer types previously opened are listed.
  3. Add: It is used to add the corresponding layer.
  4. Delete: It is used to delete the corresponding layer from this list.

The information and buttons we have defined above are shown in the screenshot below.

Adding Previously Used Layers

Step 4: Example of Adding Previously Used Layers

In GISLayer Software, after clicking the (+) button, the corresponding layer will be added to the Layer Box again.

The scrdeenshot below shows an example of Adding Previously Used Layer.

Adding Previously Used Layers

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