Import Control Points To GeoReference Image

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07-06-2021 11:50 AM
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RolandDuhaime
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I am using the "Georeference" functionality in ArcGIS Pro version 2.8.  After importing my control points from a previous session of ArcGIS Pro, the graphical representation of the control points appear as large B's instead of crosshair symbols.  I have included an image of what I see.  

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I was wondering if I could change these symbols to a different symbol?  It doesn't appear that I have control over these.

Thanks,

Roland

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David_Brooks
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This looks like you don't have the ESRI fonts installed on your C drive. ArcGIS symbols are defined by characters. If you haven't got them installed, the software replaces with the equivalent in a system font.

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David_Brooks
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This looks like you don't have the ESRI fonts installed on your C drive. ArcGIS symbols are defined by characters. If you haven't got them installed, the software replaces with the equivalent in a system font.

Brooks_SummitGeo_0-1625648098213.png

 


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RolandDuhaime
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Perfect.  The fonts hadn't installed when Pro 2.8 was installed.  Copying them from the Esri fonts to the system fonts folder resolved the issue.

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