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That's ArcScene, not ArcMap, and as such has no real labelling abilities. However there are plugins. See this plugin for one potential solution: http://edndoc.esri.com/arcobjects/9.0/Samples/3D_Analyst/Visualization/ArcScene/Text_Toolbar/LABEL_3D_TOOLBAR.htm and https://geonet.esri.com/thread/96511 And also this answer: How to easily label point values in ...


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Using a LIKE statement will return any string containing the search terms - in this case "STOR". I believe you are looking to only filter out names that are specifically "STOR". In that case simple using NAM <> 'STOR' should do the trick. To exclude labels like "STOR BARANG" and "STOR" but still include "MULTIPLE STOREY CAR PARK," use NAM not like ...


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The labels are just a styling that you see in QGIS. Their existence let alone position and other parameters are not saved with the shapefile. You need to look at labelling in Mapbox entirely separate from QGIS. Here are some links to documentation to help you: https://www.mapbox.com/blog/placing-labels/ ...


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Here is a suggestion using ggplot. It can be improved, but it gives you the basic idea. library(maps) library(ggplot2) us.map <- map_data('state') # add PADD zones us.map$PADD[us.map$region %in% c("maine", "vermont", "new hampshire", "massachusetts", "connecticut", "rhode island", "new york", "pennsylvania", "new jersey", ...


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I've used this label expression with success when labeling elevations greater than zero: def FindLabel([yourField]): if [yourField] is not None: if int([yourField]) > 0: return [yourField] else: return None else: return None Using Python as the parser and checking the Advanced box. ...


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Use the ArcMap Label Manager from the Labeling Toolbar Choose the Label Class you're working with Click the SQL Query button Write a query to filter out features with an elevation of 0 (the features themselves will display, but the labels for those features will not)


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(Comment reposted as an answer as per Underdark's request) There is an old/existing feature request for this but I don't think it has been implemented (certainly not in 2.6). It certainly would be nice to have


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Yes, you need to duplicate the layer (right click on layer, and choose duplicate) for having different labels styles on the same layer. You may have to play with the label placement (Labels > Placement tab) for the alignment to fit. Note when duplicating, what appears to be two layers is actually the same layer in the layer control / TOC. If you make a ...


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I have done this in the past, though it is exactly the reason I began to store annotation as feature classes as @Chris W suggests. I strongly recommend that you try that out, because before you know it, you're going to have 3 data frames to deal with... and then the client will want to change the scale... However, I was able to get this to work just now ...


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The 'Placement' menu inside the 'Layer labeling settings' dialog might help you:



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