Similar to the ACAD function where user can change the type and properties of line or text. MiTS 2 also has those features to give users a better software display.
If user want to make any changes, user may go to RHS tab and click on the Input Setting
The layers of the entity within the MiTS 2 software are contained in this “Input Setting.” Hence, user can change any entity from any module by going to the Input Setting tab.
Show and Hide Module Layer #
In the Input Setting tab, there is a Modules section that displays a list of available modules. Users can choose to show or hide individual module layers by tick or untick their respective checkboxes. When the module is tick, the layer under this module will be shown in the input screen. In contrast, when the module is untick, the layer under this module will not be shown in the input setting.
For example, when you only tick the Road module you can observe that only the road entities will appear at the input screen. In addition, the layers listed at the RHS panel are only available for entities under the road module.
Show and Hide Entity Layer #
Under the Input Setting tab, there is another section which lists out all the entity layers we have in the “Input” screen. You can tick to show the layer and untick to hide the layer.
For example, in the image below, you can see that the “E – Surveyor Point” layer is currently being ticked. Hence, we can see the surveyor points in the input screen.
And if you unticked the “E – Surveyor Point” layer, you will not see any surveyor points in the input screen.
Change Line or Text Type or Thickness #
User may go to the arrow button at the left side of the layers name to change the line/text type or thickness
Then, user may change the properties of the line or text as follows;
Once, user changes the properties user may see the changes directly
Change Colour #
When a user wants to change the colour of an entity, they may go to the layers user want to modify and then click the color’s box on the RHS. Then, users can either choose an already-existing colour or create a custom colour to be used.