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Scrolling

The following operations can be performed by end-users to scroll a map.

Action Effect
Hold down the left mouse button and drag it. When an end-user holds down the left mouse button, the mouse pointer changes from to . Move the mouse pointer by holding down the left mouse button. The map is scrolled in the same direction as the mouse pointer is moved.
Use the arrows in the map navigation panel. An end-user can scroll a map in four directions by clicking the arrows in the map navigation panel. For example, to move east, use the right arrow in the navigation panel.
Use the "Arrow" keys (LEFT, UP, RIGHT or DOWN). If an end-user presses the LEFT arrow key, the map is moved west.
If an end-user presses the UP arrow key, the map is moved north.
If an end-user presses the RIGHT arrow key, the map is moved east.
If an end-user presses the DOWN arrow key, the map is moved south.
Use flick gestures on a touchscreen device. An end-user can scroll a map using flick gestures on a touchscreen device.

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