GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Using Desktop Styles in ArcGIS Pro, Accessibility, and 5 Product and Service Updates

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Featured Community Content:  Create a planning map in 45 seconds

In A GIF Cover ImageMike Schoelen highlights desktop styles for ArcGIS Pro to create a quick planning map in his latest #InAGIF blog. Learn how to implement styles and download Draft Sketch style, designed by ArcGIS Users Warren Dz and Louis Hill, to use in your next project. Go to: Create planning maps in 45 seconds. 


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Featured Place of the Week: Accessibility

Accessibility Place ImageIf you are working with improving the accessibility and inclusion of audiences in your mapping projects, engage the Accessibility community with questions or topics around your work. Share your best practices in a blog or start a new discussion. Go to: Accessibility. 




Open Questions & Discussions

Laura Malkin is looking for styles for British road signs in ArcGIS Pro. Do you know where she can find any? 

Piyush Makodiya wants to create an image from his map that shows the features and geometries on it and is looking for the best way to achieve this. Can you provide some guidance? 

Robert Borchert is looking to set colors of a line, point, or polygon fill by attributes in ArcGIS Pro or ArcMap. Have you done this before? 


Take a few minutes to help a GeoNet member solve a problem today. See if you can answer these unanswered questions in the community. 


5 Product & Service Updates

ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt Embedded Linux Beta 3 has a new update based on the 100.7 Runtime release.

ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt also has an update on the macOS App Notarization feature that will be enforced on February 3, 2020.

ArcGIS Survey123 has several updates from the Early Adopter Community.

Roads and Highways User Group (RHUG) 10.6.1 Patch 2 is available.

Esri Training launched a new course for Spatial Data Science starting in February 2020.



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