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How can I make a geospatial map that allows a user to specify on a legend what items they want to see? For example, if they only want to see fire extinguishers (vs. eye washes etc.) and click on the check box, all the fire extinguishers show up on a map?

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Jan 18, 2016 Jan 18, 2016

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I am trying to make a geospatial map of a production facility on Adobe Acrobat Pro DC where there are different layers on the map that specifically show what the user wants to see. For instance, there might be a layer of only the eye wash stations or a layer of only the fire extinguishers. How do I layer these items and have it where the user can not only use a legend to have them show, but also be able to roll the mouse over a location and have text details show up and disappear after the mouse has moved off of it?

I did some research and I learned that maybe I need to use a .tiff file. I converted my .png file into a .tiff file and I am still not able to mark a location or figure out any of these details.

What is the easiest way to make an interactive map like this?

Thanks in advance!

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This particular project has nothing to do with the issue that you are describing, and unfortunately I have no advice to offer.

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