BIM layers and mesh layers that were created from point feature layers with individually referenced 3D model files or classified using the legacy Classify Mesh Layer tools include feature layers that can be styled based on attribute values, e.g., land use or zoning. Properties such as tooltip, tint color, opacity or visibility, can be applied based on the attribute field values of the features. When basing a property field on an attribute field, you must establish the property you want to set, and the attribute field on which to base your setting.
Properties can be based on three types of attribute fields:
- Textual attribute field types e.g., Land use.
- Integer attribute field types - Stores whole numbers without any decimals. e.g., Number of people in household.
- Double attribute field types Stores real numbers having a double precision floating point. e.g., Average income.
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