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Proksee Overview

Proksee makes it easy to go from sequence to publication-quality maps. Proksee projects can be started with a genome sequence, sequencing reads or a CGView.js JSON file. Once a project has been started, you will be taken to the Project Page where you can begin to annotate your genome and edit your map.


New Project

On the New Project page choose the tab for the type of data you have: Genome, Reads, or JSON. In addition, there are several examples.


Genome

A complete genome sequence in the Genbank, EMBL, or FASTA file formats. Sequences must be between 1,000 and 10 million bases long. The total number of contigs must be less than or equal to 1000. If you have a longer sequence that you would like to make into a map, send your sequence to Proksee Info. However, please note that longer sequence maps may be slow and difficult to work with.

An NCBI accession can be provided instead of a genome file. Accession IDs must be for complete GenBank records with sequence data.

Any features present in the GenBank or EMBL file will be automatically added to the map.


Reads

Raw sequencing reads can be provided as 1 or 2 FASTQ files. Each file must be less than 1 GB.

🚧 Coming Soon... 🚧


JSON

Previously saved CGView.js JSON files can also be loaded. See Download - JSON for how to create these files.


Examples

There are several examples on the New Project page including a bacterial map, a plasmid and a map with contigs. Each example is run with a GenBank file using the accession ID indicated.


My Projects

The My Projects page shows tables of your known projects. There are 2 types of projects: Session and User.


Session Projects

Session projects are created if you are not logged in. Anyone with the project ID (e.g. 121bc0d4-1b66-469c-a8c6-2aaf9ab9cadc) can access a session project. Session project IDs are stored locally and specifically with the client that started the project. So if you start a project on one browser (e.g. Chrome) it will not be automatically available on another browser (e.g. Safari).

Session projects are deleted 7 days after the Last Save Date. In addition, any jobs associated with a session project are deleted 7 days after they were started, regardless of the project Last Save Date. To save a project go to the project page, make a small change to the map and click Save Changes at the top of the page.


User Projects

User projects are created if you are logged in. User projects will be available on all devices and browsers as long as you are logged in. Unlike session projects, user projects can not be shared.


Claiming Projects

Once you have an account, you can claim a project and add it your account. Go to My Projects on the browser/computer where the session project was created. Click Claim beside the project and it will be added to your user projects.


User Accounts

User account on Proksee are completely optional. One of the advantages of having an account are that your user projects will be easily available on other devices and browsers. In addition, your user projects will not be deleted after 7 days.

On your account page you can change your name, email and password. You can also completely delete your account and associated projects and jobs.


Storage Quota

All user accounts come with 200 MB of storage. We may increase this quota over time as more resources become available.


User Menu

When logged in, a User Menu will appear in the top-right of the page. This menu gives you a view of your current storage and the number of projects/jobs you own. There are also links here to logout as well as go to your account page.


Project Page

After a project is created you will be taken to the project page. This page shows your interactive Map and the Sidebar where many options and tools can be found. At the top of the page is the project name which can be edited in place.


Saving Changes

Proksee does not automatically save map changes to the server. When you make any changes to your map the Saved button will change to Save Changes. Click the button and your changes will sync to the server.

If you were to reload the project page before saving any changes, the previously saved version of your map will be loaded. This allows for a basic way to undo changes.

As a precaution, Proksee will warn you when you are about to leave the page without saving.


Project Tabs

Under the project name is a set of tabs. The About and Map tabs are always present. Additional tabs can be added by clicking the expand button for a Job.


About

The about tab shows an overview of your project.

About Properties
Name

The name of the project. This can be changed at the top of the Project Page.

Map

The ID for the project and map.

Created

The date and time the project was created.

Updated

The date and time the project was last saved. This date is used to calculate when to delete old session projects.

Project Size

The total size of the project, including all the jobs.

Sequence Length

The total length of the map sequence. If any contigs have been marked as invisible, then both the total and visible length will be shown.

Contig Count

The number of contigs in the project. If any contigs have been marked as invisible, then both the total and visible number will be shown. Clicking on the contig count will open the Contig Pane.

Feature Count

The number of features in the project. Clicking on the feature count will open the Feature Pane.

Plot Count

The number of plots in the project. Clicking on the plot count will open the Plot Pane.

Source

The source of the data used to create the project: genome, reads, json, example, tutorial

Genetic Code

The project level genetic code. This is used as the default when translating proteins.


Map

The Map pane shows the genome map for the current project using the CGView.js browser. Above the map and to the left is the project ID (e.g. 121bc0d4-1b66-469c-a8c6-2aaf9ab9cadc).


Viewer

The map viewer is the large rectangle area containing the map. The viewer will take up as much space as is available in the browser window. The viewer is surrounded by the Location Bar, Format Bar and Control Bar. Most of the settings to customize the look of the map are found in the Sidebar under the Display tab.

Viewer Controls
Zoom

Use the mouse scroll wheel to zoom directly on the map. The zoom position is based on the mouse location.

Pan

Click and drag to move/pan the map position.

Click

Clicking an element (e.g. feature, captions, legend items) will open the corresponding pane in the Sidebar and open the details for the element.

Hover

Hovering over an element (e.g. feature, contigs, plots) will show a popup with information for that element.

Color Picker

If a legend is displayed, the color swatches can be clicked to bring up the Color Picker.


Location Bar

Above the map and to the right is the Location Bar:


This bar shows the zoom level and position in base pairs of the current map. Clicking the Mark button will create a Bookmark. How the current position is determined depends on the map format:

  • Linear: the position on the backbone that intersects with the vertical line going through the center of the map canvas.
  • Circular: the position on the backbone that intersects with the radial line going through the center of the map and the center of the canvas.

Control Bar

The control bar is located on the middle-right side of the map. It contains controls for moving around the map.

Control Bar Buttons

Reset the map position and zoom level.

Zoom in on the map.

Zoom out on the map.

Move clockwise/right along the map.

Move counter-clockwise/left along the map.


Format Bar

The format bar is located on the upper-right side of the map viewer. It contains controls for altering the overall map format.

Format Bar Buttons

Set the map format to circular.

Set the map format to linear.

Invert all the colors on the map.

Lock the aspect ratio of the map to a square.


Sidebar

The Sidebar contains controls for customizing the look of the map (Display); investigating features, plots and contigs on the map (Regions); downloading images, JSON and sequence (Download); starting annotation and analyses (Tools); and checking job results (Jobs).

The Sidebar can be closed to make more room for your map.

Sidebar Buttons

Close the Sidebar

Open the Sidebar

See Responsive Design for how the Sidebar acts differently on smaller screens.


Display

Proksee uses CGView.js to draw maps and almost any customizable CGview.js property can be configured within the Tracks, Legend, Captions and Settings sections.


Tracks

Tracks represent a set of features or a plot drawn on the map as one or more slots. Plot tracks are only drawn with one slot while feature tracks are drawn with 1, 2, or 6 slots depending on the Separate Features By option:

Option Slots Description
None 1 All features are drawn on a single slot
Strand 2 Features are drawn separated by strand
Reading Frame 6 Features are drawn separated by reading frame


Track Features
Instead of explicitly stating which features are on a track, tracks describe the features they contain based on either their source, tags, or type. Features can have one type, one source and multiple tags. Use the Contains Features with the following option to choose what method (e.g. source, tag, type) and what value(s) to use when selecting features for a track. For example:

Method Values Features selected for the track
type CDS All the features with type equal to CDS
source card-1.1 All the features with source equal to card-1.1
tag low All the features with a tag equal to low
tag low, med All the features with a tag equal to low OR med

Track Buttons

Add a new Track.

Track is visible or not visible.

Delete the Track. NOTES about delete options (legend, etc)

Track Properties
Name

The name of the track.

Position

The position of the track relative to the backbone:

  • Both: the forwards strands/slots will be on the outside of the backbone while the reverse strands will be on the inside
  • Inside: all the strands/slots will be on the inside of the backbone.
  • Outside: all the strands/slots will be on the outside of the backbone.
Separate Features By

Method for separating features onto track slots:

  • None: The features are not separated and all appear on 1 slot.
  • Strand: The features will appear on 2 slots. One slot each for the forward and reverse strands.
  • Reading Frame: The features will appear on 6 slots. One slot each for each reading frame.
Size Ratio

The size ratios all depend on each other. For example:

  • If all the track ratios are the same then all the track slots will be the same width.
  • If one track has a ratio of 2 and all the others are 1, then it will be 2 times wider than the others.
  • If one track has a ratio of 2 and all the others are 0.5, then it will be 4 times wider than the others.
Contains Features with the following

This track contains features with a source, type or tag equal to one of the provided values. See Track Features for details and examples.

Number of Features/Plot points

The number of features or plot points that this track contains. Clicking the count will take you to the Feature Pane.


Legend

The legend consists of the legend as a whole and a set of legend items. The legend (as well as captions) can be placed on the canvas or the map:

Legend/Caption Positions
Map

Items placed on the map are not static and move when the map is panned or zoomed. The map position is based on the Length Percent of the genome sequence (e.g. 50% would be at the map half way point) and the Offset is a distance from the map. Positive Offsets indicate a distance form the outside ring of the map while a negative Offset indicates a distance from the inner ring of the map.

Canvas

The canvas is static and can be thought of as the window through which the map is viewed. Items placed on the canvas do not move when the map is panned or zoomed. The canvas position can be quickly set by clicking one of the areas in the 9 rectangle grid (e.g. upper-left). Fine tuning of the position can be done with the X/Y Percent inputs.


Legend Buttons

When the legend is positioned on the map, this button will move the map to show the legend. This button does not appear when positioned on the Canvas.

Track is visible or not visible.

Legend Properties
Position

Where to place the legend. See Legend/Caption Positions for details.

  • Canvas: Legend is static and does not move.
  • Map: Legend moves with the map.
Anchor

The anchor point describes where the position attaches to the legend/caption bounding box.

Default Font

The default font to use for the legend items. Individual items can override this value. The alignment buttons will align the all the legend items:

  • Left: the color swatches will be on the left
  • Right: the color swatches will be on the right
Default Font Color

The default color to use for the legend items. Individual items can override this value.

Background Color

The color to use for the legend background.


Legend Items

Legend items are associated with features or plots. Features and plots will be drawn using the legend item color. Features will also be drawn using the legend item decoration.

Decorations

Draw features as arrows. The arrow head length can be adjusted LINK.

Draw features as arcs

Draw features as arcs with the width of the arc set to the feature score. The score should be between 0 and 1, where 0 would be 0 width and 1 would be full width. If no score is associated with the feature it will be drawn full width.

Do not draw features

Legend Item Buttons

Add a new legend item.

Legend item is visible or not visible.

Delete the legend item. NOTES about delete options (tracks, etc)

Legend Item Properties
Name

The name of legend item as it will appear in the legend. Names must be unique.

Color

The color to use when drawing features or plots with this legend item.

Decoration

The decoration to use when drawing features. See Decorations table.

  • Arrow - Draw features as arrows.
  • Arc - Draw features as arcs.
  • Score - Draw as arc with width based on feature score (0-1).
  • None - Do not draw feature.
Font

The font to use for this legend item. The font options will be faded, if the default is being used. If changed, this value will override the default. Click the Default button to use the Legend default.

Font Color

The font color to use for this legend item. The font color will be faded, if the default is being used. If changed, this value will override the default. Click the Default button to use the Legend default.


Captions

Captions are boxes of one or more lines of text that can be placed anywhere on the map or canvas.

Caption Buttons

Add a new caption.

When the caption is positioned on the map, this button will move the map to show the caption. This button does not appear when positioned on the Canvas.

Caption is visible or not visible.

Delete the caption.

Caption Properties
Caption Text

The text to display as a caption on the map. Multiple lines of text can be used.

Position

Where to place the caption. See Legend/Caption Positions for details.

  • Canvas: Caption is static and does not move.
  • Map: Caption moves with the map.
Anchor

The anchor point describes where the position attaches to the legend/caption bounding box.

Font

The font to use for the caption. The alignment buttons only matter when using multiple lines of text.

Font Color

The color to use for the caption.

Background Color

The color to use for the caption background.


Settings

The settings are for the appearance of several map components including the Labels, Rulers, Backbone, Dividers, and Sequence.

Setting Buttons

This selected map component (e.g. labels, ruler, backbone, dividers, sequence) will be visible/invisible.


General

General settings for the overall amp.

General Properties
Background Color

The background color for the map.

Show Feature Shading

With feature shading on, features and the backbone are drawn with a slight bevel effect to add 3D depth.

Arrow Head Length

The length of the arrow on features that have the Arrow decoration. The length is based on the feature width and can range from 0 (no arrowhead) to 1 (the arrowhead is as long as the feature is wide).

Minimum Arc Length

By default features are drawn based on their length and therefore small features (e.g. 1 bp) can appear invisible on maps depending on the zoom level. By setting a minimum arc length, small features will be more visible and be darker on the map.

Initial Map Thickness

The initial thickness of the map at a zoom level of 1. This value is a proportion of the canvas size. For circular maps, this is defined as the proportion of the smallest canvas dimension. For linear maps, it's the proportion of the canvas height. This value is ignored if the maximum map thickness is smaller.

Maximum Map Thickness

The maximum thickness of the map when zoomed in. This value is a proportion of the canvas size. For circular maps, this is defined as the proportion of the smallest canvas dimension. For linear maps, it's the proportion of the canvas height.


Labels

Settings for the feature labels.

Label Properties
Color

The font color to use for all the labels. The default is to use the same color as the feature's current legend.

Font

The font to use for the labels.

Only Favorites

If set to Yes, then only features marked as favorites will have labels.


Ruler

Settings for the map ruler. The ruler appears on the inner and outer ring of the map as a series of tick marks. The inner ring also contains the tick labels.

Ruler Properties
Color

The color to use for the ruler lines and text.

Font

The font to use for the ruler labels.


Backbone

Settings for the map backbone. The backbone represents the map sequence. It is either drawn as a solid line or as a set of contigs.

Backbone Properties
Color

The color to use for the backbone.

Alternate Color (Contigs)

If contigs are present, this is the color for alternating contigs.

Thickness

The thickness/width of the backbone. The backbone will automatically get thicker when zoomed in to show the sequence.

Decoration

The decoration to use when drawing contigs:

  • Arrow - Draw contigs as arrows.
  • Arc - Draw contigs as arcs.


Dividers

The dividers appear in between tracks and slots. The dividers can be mirrored meaning that both the slot and track dividers will use the same settings. If mirroring is off, tracks and slots will use separate dividers.

Divider Properties
Color

The color to use for the divider.

Mirror

Turn on/off divider mirroring:

  • On: use same settings for track and slot dividers.
  • Off: use different settings for track and slot dividers.
Thickness

The thickness of the divider.

Spacing

The spacing between the slot/track contents and the divider.


Sequence

Settings for the map sequence. The sequence will appear in the backbone when zoomed in enough.

Sequence Properties
Color

The color to use for the sequence.

Font

The font to use for the sequence.


Regions

Regions on the map include Contigs, Features, Plots and Bookmarks. All the Region Panes use tables to list their items. See the Table Search section for tips on searching table data.


Contigs

The Contigs Pane lists the contigs in the project genome. This may be a single sequence.

Contig Buttons

Move and zoom to focus on this contig.

Contig is visible or not visible. At least one contig must be visible.

Delete the contig. If there is only one contig, it can not be deleted.

Contig Properties
Name

The name for the contig. Contig names must be unique. As contig names may be used when running tools, changing the contig name may affect job results.

Order

The order of the contig in relation to the other contigs. Changing this number will move the contig around the map. All the features associated with the contig will move with it.

Orientation

The direction of the contig. Flipping the orientation will also flip the features on the contig.

Color

By default contigs will use the Backbone color and alternate color. Change this value to make a contig stand out.

Features

The number of features on this contig. Clicking on the feature count will open the Feature Pane.


Features

The Features Pane lists all the features in this project. Features can be on one or more tracks. Tracks state which features to include based on either the feature source, type or tags. See Track Features for details.

Feature Buttons

Add a new feature.

Mark this feature as a favorite. This can be useful when combined with the Labels - Only Favorites setting.

Move and zoom to focus on this feature.

The feature is visible or not visible.

Delete the feature.

Feature Properties
Name

The name for the feature.

Type

The feature type (e.g CDS, tRNA, rRNA). If the project was started with a GenBank file, the type will be same as the feature key. Feature keys are described in detail here.

To create a new type, check the feature's checkbox and then click the edit (pencil) button.

Legend

The Legend to use when drawing this feature. The legend describes the feature color and decoration.

Start

The start position (bp) in relation to the contig the feature is on.

Stop

The stop/end position (bp) in relation to the contig the feature is on.

Strand

The strand the feature is on.

Length

Length of the feature.

Source ID

The Source ID is added to the feature by the tool that created the feature. This provides an easy way to add all the features created by a tool to a track.

Contig

The contig this feature is on. If the project contains multitple contigs, this contig can be changed to a different contig. Warning: if the feature position will not fit within the selected contig, the feature start/stop will be altered to fit.

Tags

Tags are a simple way to label or group features. Multiple tags are allowed.

Tracks

A list of the Tracks this feature is currently on. Clicking the track name will open the appropriate track.


Plots

The Plot Pane will list all the plots in this project.

Plot Buttons

Add a new plot. Brings up the dialog for the Plots tool.

Mark this plot as a favorite.

The plot is visible or not visible.

Delete the plot.

Plot Properties
Name

The name for the plot.

Legend (Above Baseline)

The Legend to use when drawing the plot above the baseline.

Legend (Below Baseline)

The Legend to use when drawing the plot below the baseline. Setting this to Same as Above will result in a single color for the plot.

Baseline

The baseline for the plot. The plot is filled with the appropriate legend color from the plot value to the baseline.

Axis Min

The minimum value to use for the axis. This number can not be greater than the minimum value.

Axis Max

The maximum value to use for the axis. This number can not be less than the maximum value.

Number of Values

The number of points along this plot.

Minimum Value

The minimum value of this plot.

Maximum Value

The maximum value of this plot.

Mean Value

The average value of this plot.

Median Value

The median value of this plot.

Source ID

The Source ID is added to the plot by the tool that created the plot.

Tracks

A list of the Tracks this plot is currently on.

Type

The plot type. There is currently only the line type.


Bookmarks

Bookmarks are a convenient way to save regions of interest on the map. Bookmarks can be created by either clicking Mark in the Location Bar or the button. The new bookmark will be for the current map position, zoom level and format.

Bookmark Buttons

Add a new bookmark. The Mark button in the Location Bar can also be used.

Move and zoom to the bookmark's saved position. Depending on the bookmark, the map format may also change.

Delete the bookmark.

Bookmark Properties
Name

The name for the bookmark. Defaults to Bookmark-n, where n is an incrementing number starting with 1.

Shortcut Key

A single keyboard key that when pressed quickly moves to this bookmark. By default, bookmarks will assigned numbers: 1, 2, 3, etc

Format

The map format: Linear or Circular

Position

The map position in base pairs.

Zoom

The zoom level.

Backbone Offset

A zero offset means the map should be centered on the backbone. Positive and negative values move the backbone from the canvas center.


Download

The Download Pane has several sections to download map data or images.


Image - PNG

Download the currently viewed map as a PNG image. The default size will be the same as the Map Viewer dimensions. The size can be altered up to a maximum width/height of 8000px. The maximum size is a limitation of the browser canvas. Depending on your computer/browser, 8000px may be too large to work.


Image - SVG

Download the currently viewed map as a SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) image.


JSON

Download the map project as a CGView.js JSON file. The JSON file contains all the details required to draw the map, including the genome sequence, features and various settings. Once you are happy with a map you have created, we recommend downloading it as a JSON file to archive it.

This file can be reloaded later on the New Project page as a JSON Project. For additional information on the JSON file format, see the CGView.js JSON page.


Tools

The Tool Pane contains a list of available tools that can be used to annotate or analyze your project. There are 2 types of tools: client-based and server-based.

Type Button Summary
Client Add
  • Run on your computer
  • One step process
Server Start
  • Run as a job on the Proksee server
  • Two step process

Tool Properties
Description

Short description of the tool.

Software

This is the software and version number for any external software packages used in this tool. Clicking on this will open the software home page in a new tab.

Citation

Citation to use for external software packages. Clicking on this will open the publication in a new tab.

Version

The internal Proksee version for this tool. This will change with software package updates as well as any changes to the Proksee wrapping code. Clicking on this will open the tool summary page in a new tab. The summary includes the change log.


Client-Based Tools

Client-based tools are run directly on your computer. To run a client-based tool:

  1. Click the Add button beside the tool name.
  2. Choose the appropriate settings in the dialog.
  3. Click the OK button.

The tool will immediately add the results to your map. However, remember that you still have to Save Changes or the results will be lost when reloading the page.


Server-Based Tools

Server-based tools are run on the Proksee server as jobs. To run a server-based tool:

  1. Click the Start button beside the tool name.
  2. Choose the appropriate settings in the dialog.
  3. Click the OK button.

The tool will be submitted to the job queue on Proksee. Job progress and results are found in the Job Pane (Sidebar). To add the results to your map when the job is complete:

  1. Click the button beside the job name.
  2. Choose the appropriate settings in the dialog.
  3. Click the OK button.

Remember that you still have to Save Changes or the results will be lost when reloading the page. You can readd the results with the button.


Jobs

Jobs are the result of running server-based tools. The results of jobs can be added to the map using the button. The button will expand the job into it's own Job Tab to show additional details including the job Files, Log and Data Cards.

Job Buttons

Refreshes the list of job. This is not normally needed, however, if you expect to see jobs in the list and there are none, try clicking this button.

Brings up a dialog to add the results to the map.

Expands the Job to a new Job Tab in the Project Tabs list.

Marks this job as a favorite.

Deletes this job from the server. Note that the CGView Builder jobs can not be deleted.

Job Properties
Name

The name for this job. Click on the name to edit it.

Status

One of the following: queued, running, complete or failed. Job are typically done in minutes but some may take hours. If your job has been queued or running for longer than 24 hours, or if you keep getting an error, please Contact Us with the Project ID, Job ID and a description of the problem.

Size

Total size of the job.

Id

The job ID. Provide this ID and the project ID when contacting support.

Feature Source ID

The source prefix added to any features created from this job. Each time features are added to a map from the same job, the number will increase (e.g. card-1.1, card-1.2). Clicking on the ID will open the Feature Pane and search for all features from this job.

Created

The day and time this job was submitted.

Start Time

The day and time this job started running.

End Time

The day and time this job finished running.

Run Time

The time it took to run the job not including queue time.

Days Left

The number of days before this job is deleted. Only shown for session projects.

Inputs

The inputs used to run the job. This will include your settings from the dialog used to start the job.


Job Tabs

Job tabs have details about the job at the top. These details are described in the Job Properties table above. The details section can be collapsed by clicking the bar with the chevron at the top of the details.


Log

Every job will have a Log Pane. This is a close to real-time log of the job progress. If your job is stalled or has failed, the log may provide some answers.


Files

When a job is finished (either complete or failed), the Files Pane will be available. This pane shows all the input and output files for a job in a File Tree. From here, individual files can be downloaded or viewed with the File Viewer.


File Tree

The File Tree lists all the job files. Folders can be open/closed by double clicking the row. Each row in the tree shows the name, kind (e.g. Text) and the size of the file or folder. For files, a button on the far right will download the file. Clicking on a file row will open it in the File Viewer. Multiple files can be selected by shift-clicking.

File Tree Properties

Download this file.


File Viewer

The File Viewer shows the selected file from the File Tree. If multiple files are selected, they can be quickly cycled through by clicking the and buttons.

The selected file will be displayed using the default kind/type for the file. The default kind is based on file extensions. File can be formatted differently by selecting a different format from the dropdown (e.g. text, code, csv, JSON, etc).

Some files can be very large and can cause issues when downloading to view. To prevent this, only the first 100 KB of a file is downloaded. At the bottom of the viewer is a status bar which displays the number of lines and bytes downloaded. If the file is incomplete the status bar will have buttons to download More (ie. another 100 KB) or All (ie. the rest of the file). If the viewer stalls while viewing a large file, you may have to reload the page.

File Viewer Properties

Cycles backward and forward through the selected files. Only available when multiple files are selected.

Open the settings popup for the currently selected file type. This usually contains settings for fonts and other display options.

Opens the file viewer full screen, hiding the file tree.

Opens the file viewer to the bottom of the file tree.

Opens the file viewer to the right of the file tree.


Data Cards

Data Cards are tool specific. They may be formatted data table using one of the output files as the source. They may also be convenient shortcuts to specific output files. The bottom of each Data Card will contain the path to the file used as a data source.


Miscellaneous


Common Controls

This section describes some common controls found throughout Proksee


Color Picker

The Color Picker provides an interface for choosing colors. Click on the colored square to bring up the picker. The bar on the right picks the hue from 0° (bottom) to 360° (top). The square area lets you set the saturation from left (0%) to right (100%) and brightness from bottom (0%) to top (100%). The bottom bar is for the opacity.

The 2 squares on the bottom left show the previous color (left) and the current color (right). To undo the current color, click on the previous color (left square).


Font

The Font control provides a simple interface for text styling.


Font Properties
Family

One of the following font families. Note, that the actual font used will depend on your device and browser.

  • Sans Serif: plain font that has no "serifs" (ie. the little strokes on the end of the letters).
  • Serif: font with "serifs" (ie. the little strokes on the end of the letters).
  • Monospace: font where each character and space has the same width.
Style

Style for the font. Bold, italic or both

Size

Size of the font in pixels.


Table Search

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Responsive Design

Proksee has a responsive design that works equally well on computers, phones and tablets. On smaller screens, the sidebar will automatically open and close as needed. For example, clicking the button beside a feature in the sidebar will close the sidebar and show the map zoomed into the feature. Clicking a feature on the map will open the sidebar, select the Feature Pane, and show the clicked feature.

To quickly open and close the sidebar, use the toggle strip on the left side of the sidebar. The toggle strip has a chevron on it. Chevrons can also be found in Job Tabs to shrink/expand areas.