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Yes, you should be able to. Based on Esri Can I customize the caption text formatting for my tour points?, you can achieve this using the standard HTML tags in your captions. This blog provide an example in code form `<div style=”font-size:90%”>China | 220 BC | Qin, Ming Chinese</div> <br> <p>Once called the “long walls,” the ...


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After you create the view, to create an event every time the mouse moves, you want to do this: view.on("pointer-move", function(event) { // this code will get run every time the mouse moves in the view }); Within that function, you can create a screen point: var screenPoint = { x: event.x, y: event.y }; And then run a hitTest on the view and ...


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I was using the wrong access token. I was using the access token I had for the app I was testing instead of the user's access token that I had to get with oauth2. I'm leaving this here for future newbies.


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Yes, 1000.0000 is how you would specify a 1:1000 scale when creating a cached tile service. I use 1:1155581.108577 as my greatest scale and the parameter I pass is 1155581.108577. Also, a tiled service is a REST service endpoint for a tiled layer. So they are not the same thing but when you make a request to a tiled service, you receive a tiled layer (or ...


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First off, be aware that Chrome does not work reliably for this, you are more likely to have it work in Internet Explorer On the ArcGIS Online window, at the top you have a menu bar with Home, Gallery, Map, Scene Groups, Content, Organization... click Content In the list of your content that pops up, you can find your hosted Feature Layer. Click it to see ...


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Well, after 2+ months I finally stumbled across an answer. The Edit button, as shown in my OP, apparently makes its appearance because I am the owner of the account. When I log out of ArcGIS.com and then view my webmap's url, the Edit button does not appear. This is an acceptable solution because it will prevent viewers from modifying my project. However,...


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I think the short answer is no. If you search the geonet forum there is much debate about lack of support in the Arcade language for labelling in Collector and colouring of fonts. I would imagine this functionality will come in some future release.


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Unfortunately, this is not an 'off-the-shelf' option in ArcGIS Online symbology and you would have to create a custom application to achieve something like this. The point clustering options are also very limited. Check out this ArcGIS Blog post on Strategies to Effectively Display Large Amounts of Data in Web Apps.


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You can't change that basemap, but there are localized alternatives. See this blog for a list of localized basemaps. You'll notice in the blog, Brazilian Portuguese is available, with the Light Grey basemap. Note, these are VectorTile basemaps, not a "map service" like you reference. If you're working strictly in ArcGIS Online and webmaps there, it wont be ...


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Instead of the IIf/Contains try using Intersects(). Its hard to know for sure without having the data to test on but give something like this a try. I modified this from one of the examples here. var centroids = FeatureSetByName($map,"centroid_values") var centroids_int = Intersects(centroids, $feature); //gets centroids contained by grid cell var cnt = ...


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While the WebMap.basemap property may be read-only WebMap.basemap.baseMapLayers ( a list of dicts ) is writeable. The way I've been doing it is have a template (you can make yourself by using the existing ones as a guide, or just have an actual webmap published to use as a template with the basemap layers you want). Replacing the basemap in a WebMap object ...


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I don't see any methods in the API that allow you to add / modify the basemap of a webmap. You might be able to take the long-way-approach to solving this. You'll need have a webmap with your layers ready to be used (or create it using Python API). Then you could create a new webmap and pass in the previous webmap. It'll be added to the basemap of this new ...


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In order to deploy this configurable application template, you will need to host it from your web server. A configurable application template cannot be hosted on ArcGIS Online, nor can it be uploaded via Portal for ArcGIS. If you have a website you already host internally, this should be as simple as hopping onto the machine that hosts your web server, ...


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Mapbox will not do what you would like, since it tiles on the same level scheme as ArcGIS Online, which itself uses the de-facto scale levels set out by Google/Bing. The only way to achieve what you want is to publish your own cached service, on your own zoom level scheme, and modify the webmaps to use your custom basemap as the webmap's basemap. ArcGIS ...


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Layer packages are not supported for display in map viewer. If you are displaying it in Desktop/Pro can you publish that from Share Layer - Share Web Map from those applications to Online as a hosted feature layer. http://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/reference/supported-items.htm


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