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I just selected one of the imageries from Imagery drop-down in main menu (e.g. enabled satellite view)

But how can I revert it back? I tried to select the same again, searched for default, visited preferences section for them, but nothing helped.

asked 06 Jul '16, 10:48

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Sergey Karavay
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Tick 'Layers' under the 'Windows' drop down menu. In the 'Layers' window that is now opened, you can see which layers you have loaded, including the satellite imagery.
You can toggle the visibility by selecting the 'eye' icon, or select the layer and select the trash can or right-click and delete or change the opacity via one of the buttons in the layers window.
Hope this is what you required.

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answered 06 Jul '16, 11:23

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hide (by clicking on the eye) or remove it (trashbin) from the layers (lagen in Dutch) panel. In my case that would be the "AGIV" layer

screenshot of layers panel

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answered 06 Jul '16, 11:25

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edited 06 Jul '16, 11:25

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