The state navigation dropdown box provides a quick and easy way to move the map view to the selected state or area
The zoom navigation buttons are in the top right of the map view. Clicking the '+' will zoom in and clicking on the '-' will zoom out again
Basic control of the map is available through the use of the mouse.
Left Mouse Button can be used to click and drag the map around the screen to pan to the desired location. It is also used to activate buttons and markers on the map
Right Mouse Button can also be used to click and drag the map around. A single right click will bring up the context menu, described later
Scroll Wheel can be used to zoom in and out on the map
Not yet implemented
Hovering on this icon will launch a dropdown menu, which enables the selection of different
base map layers in the top half and labyrinth marker layers in the bottom half.
Green Markers indicate a public labyrinth that doesn't have any access restrictions
Orange Markers indicate a generally accessible labyrinth, but there may be some access restrictions through restricted operating hours, access costs etc.
Red Markers indicate that the labyrinth is not generally accessible. Contact would need to be made through the listed details to check availability and to make arrangements
Grey Markers indicate a newly added labyrinth that has not yet been confirmed by the site admin
This button will launch a new dialog box, which will enable you to submit a new labyrinth to be added to the map. When added it will be displayed in the unverified map layer, until confirmed by the site admin.
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The context menu can be activated by clicking on the right mouse button at the desired location on the map view
This button will launch a new dialog box, which will enable you to submit a new labyrinth to be added to the map. When added it will be displayed in the unverified map layer, until confirmed by the site admin. This is the same action as described above
This will center the map at the clicked location
This will zoom out to the map view of Australia
This will zoom the map view in closer by one step. This is the same as clicking on the '+' button
This will zoom the map view out further by one step. This is the same as clicking on the '-' button