To login, click on the tools button (the spanner icon) at the upper left, and then select Login to enter a username and password:
NOTICE FOR MAC USERS
If you are using a Mac computer, in some circumstances the combination of the Mac OS version and the internet browser may repeatedly prompt you to save your login details:
To stop this dialog continually popping up, click the down arrow beside the Don't Save button, and then select Never Save. This will stop the dialog appearing again.
EDIT CREEK SEGMENTS
After you have logged in you can select the layers button and confirm that the Creek Segments are ready for editing (box ticked):
Click on the creek segment you would like to modify. This will highlight the selected creek segment:
Selecting a creek segment will also open the details form ready for editing. The most notable item you will likely want to add to the details form is the name of the creek segment if it has a name. This should be entered in the box marked LABEL:
After making any changes, you can choose to SAVE or CANCEL, or you can choose to DELETE the creek segment completely.
You also have the option to edit the alignment of the creek segment. To do this you simply move the cursor over the line until you see the blue dot appear, and then click and drag the blue dot to edit the alignment of the creek segment:
Be sure to click SAVE after making any changes to the creek segment.
CREATE CREEK SEGMENTS
After you have logged in you can select the add button (the PLUS sign) at the bottom right to expose the Add Creek button:
Once you click the Add Creek button you can then start drawing the new creek segment by clicking sections along its alignment. Each click adds a new section and you complete the segment by double-clicking at the last point:
After double-clicking the last point the new segment will be saved, and you will be presented with a form to add information about the new segment:
At this point you have 3 options:
- You can complete the form and click SAVE.
- You can click CANCEL to close the form without saving it (note that the creek segment you created has already been saved and will not be deleted when you cancel).
- You can click DELETE to delete both the form and the creek segment.
To create a new segment you will need to select the add button (the PLUS sign) at the bottom right to expose the Add Creek button again.
After you have saved a new creek segment you will notice that the colour of the segment will reflect any settings you have added to the form. In this example the Interested checkbox was ticked which resulted in the new creek segment being coloured red:
EDIT LANDCARE BOUNDARY
After logging in (if you aren't already), select the layers button and turn on the Landcare Boundaries for editing by ticking its box:
Now click on a Landcare Boundary and it will change colour. You have the option to change the Landcare Group Name in the details box, as well as change the boundary alignment.
To edit the boundary alignment you simply move the cursor over the boundary line until you see the blue dot appear, and then click and drag the blue dot to edit the alignment:
After you have finished editing you have the option to save or cancel your changes, or to delete the boundary line all together:
Note that DELETE will delete the entire boundary, so be careful!
If you cannot see any layers under the Editable Layers group then you may not be successfully logged in. Try logging out and logging in again.
If the page freezes or appears to not be responding to input, try refreshing the page by pressing F5, and then logging out and logging in again.