Popups are used to communicate to a stakeholder when its attention is required in the 3D Visualization. Popups are rendered as 3-dimensional models hovering above the rendered height map and buildings. They are only visible to the stakeholder for whom they are relevant. When zoomed out, the visualization of a popup can change, and they can also be grouped together with other popups. Popups are considered a part of the Viewer interface.
Popups can either be related to:
- an Action, for which the types of popups are described below.
- a Panel, which when clicked on, opens a Text Panel displaying the content of the Panel item.
Types of Action popups
Depending on the content of the popup, a popup will appear differently. Clicking on popups related to an action opens the Popup panel.
A popup which appears when your interaction is required. This is the most common type of popup.
A popup which appears when your interaction is required in a land transaction, either because someone wants to buy your land or sell you land.
A popup which is currently awaiting interaction from another stakeholder. This popup appears when you wish to perform a spatial action, which required interaction, such as the granting of approval, from a different stakeholder.
A popup which informs you that an action you wanted to take has received the requested approval. Although no further interaction is required other than confirming the approval, this popup appears to make sure the user is aware their action has been successfully performed.
A popup which informs you that an action you wanted to take has not received the requested approval. Although no further interaction is required other than confirming the denial, this popup appears to make sure the user is aware their action has not been approved.