To specify hillshading settings
- In the Hillshade Settings dialog box,
specify the Direction and Angle of the
sun you want to use for hillshading by doing one of the following:
- Enter the direction and angle of the
- For Direction,
specify the direction from which the light should come, for example,
East or West. Enter a direction value into the edit box, drag the yellow
disk in the compass to the position you want, or use Settings.
- For Angle, specify
how high in the sky the light is located, such as near the horizon,
directly overhead, or somewhere in between. Enter an angle into
the edit box, drag the yellow disk to specify an angle, or use Settings
- Click Settings to
specify sun settings in the Sun Properties palette
using date, time, and location. Then, redisplay the Hillshade
Settings dialog box and click Import.
- Click OK.
To turn hillshading on or off
- In the Display Manager,
right-click a surface layer, and click Edit Display Style.
- Do one of the following:
- To turn off hillshading, set the Hillshade
Band to 0.
- To turn on hillshading, set the Hillshade
Band to 1 and verify that the Elevation Band is
set to 1.
To change the vertical exaggeration
- In the status bar, for Exaggeration,
select a vertical exaggeration value from the list. Select Custom to
specify a value that is not in the list.
A higher number makes
the elevation changes appear more extreme. A lower number or a decimal
value makes it appear less extreme.