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Insert a new data frame, add your layers to that. Don't label any. Set the data frame extent of the new data frame to that of the first one (Data Frame Properties > Data Frame tab > Extent drop down > Other Data Frame). Adjust your layout as desired.


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I went to the same problem. After checking each layer's coordinate systems, I found out that the problem exists due to the difference in coordinate system. Just simply make sure the layer has the same coordinate with other layers, so the labels will be then displayed.


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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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Many methods to do this, here are two examples. Open the field calculator: For the positioning of the two labels: Add an expression to the main label expression ("Label this layer with") that places the nickname below the GNIS name. "GNIS" || '\n' || "NICKNAME" To change each peak / nickname's font sizes: Add an expression to the font size ("Size") ...


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An updated way to do this (at least in 2.6.0 Brighton) is to: Go to Layer Properties>Labels>Rendering and check the box that says "Show all labels for this layer (including colliding labels)"


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You can use the Raster to Polyline tool to convert your raster containing stream order values as cell/pixel values to lines with that value as an attribute. You can then label the lines using the appropriate field in the resulting attribute table, and either just show the lines over the raster or show only the labels and set the lines to no symbology if you ...


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I use ET GeoWizard it works fantastic to label kml by any field in arcgis feature layer.


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You appear to be encountering a known limit when converting line and polygon labels to KML. This is documented as Technical Article 43000: Labels do not appear in Google Earth after converting to KML: This is a known limit. Google Earth only displays labels for point features (placemarks). To display labels for line or polygon features in Google ...


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If they are in the map, try using the select elements tool and triple-clicking a label.


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From your screenshot, it looks like you're trying to move labels while in Layout View. Try switching to data view and try again.


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what about <div id="tooltip"></div> -- map.events.register("mousemove", map, function (e) { var position = map.getLonLatFromViewPortPx(e.xy); OpenLayers.Util.getElement("tooltip").innerHTML = "<label>Latitude: " + position.lat + "</label><br/><label>Longitude: " + position.lon + "</label>"; ...


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I just had the same issue today in ArcMap 10.3. I tried exporting to jpeg and adjusting many different quality settings but to no avail. Finally, after exhausting all other options I recreated the map document from scratch (I save the most of the layers as .lyr files) and it fixed the problem. It is a problem that is map document specific I guess. The ...


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You'll need to study the renderer in GeoTools which calls the labeling subsystem (https://github.com/geotools/geotools/tree/master/modules/library/render/src/main/java/org/geotools/renderer/label). Before you go too far down that route feel free to write a proposal and discuss it on the developers list.


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Annotation is generated at one particular scale and does not change. The way to get around this on multi-scale maps is to generate annotation at a number of scales (for example, the ArcGIS Online Tiling Scheme shows the scales used for most web maps, you can find it at \Desktop10.2\TilingSchemes\ArcGIS_Online_Bing_Maps_Google_Maps.xml). Then add a scale ...


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Using a fixed position is not going to work as your symbols are all at different angles. Are they being rotated by an attribute? You can use that in your position - click Rotate by Attribute and select the rotation field that contains the angle for each feature. Also, as others have suggested, use exact symbol outline, and you can increase the maximum ...


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I'm so stupid... I've got an solution that works fine: CASE WHEN "name" is NULL THEN '' ELSE "name" END || '\n' || CASE WHEN "capacity" is NULL THEN '' ELSE ("capacity" ) END


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Yes. In Layer properties, you can use Labels -> Placement -> Using perimeter. You can choose Position as 'Below line' and adjust the Distance to achieve something like below.


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I have found a solution to this issue. There is a plug-in, called "Layer to labeled layer". With this plug-in I could move label without problems. It works very well.



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