||Point code to be used for point symbolisation, use a * for 'wildcard' characters. 'TR*'
means any point starting with 'TR' will be symbolised
||The name/number of the symbol to be assigned to points with this code.
See Symbol Definitions or
||Sets the symbol size in mm at the job plot scale.
If "size_in_metres" is set to Yes, this value is the symmbol size in Metres.
||Sets the symbol size in Metres instead of mm. Default is "No"
||Tells the program to scale the symbol using the Point attribute e.g. 'Canopy'
The other way to scale a symbol is via the Action codes,
See Code Processing for info on valid action codes
||"Yes" or "No" defines if the point to be used for triangle/contour formation. If not specified, Contourable=Yes
||The point will be placed onto this layer, the layer will be automatically created if necessary.
The layer will be assigned attributes like colour, style etc from this point code definition.
This allows you to auto assign certain Layer attributes whne the layer is created.
||Symbol colour. If the colour is the same as the layer colour, it will be set to 'BYLAYER'
If not specified, it will be set to 'BYLAYER'.
If a layer is created, this sets the layer line colour.
See also Colours
||Line style 0-57. If a layer is created, this sets the layer line style.
See Standard Line Styles
||If a layer is created, this sets the layer line thickness to 1.5mm
||If a layer is created, this sets the layer text size in mm
||If a layer is created, this sets the text angle in degrees for the layer
||Translated point code. This can be used to translate one coding system to another.
The input code might be '101' which you want converted to TR1.
The input code might be '203' which you want converted to RD3.
The input code might be '3067' which you want converted to Fence67