Paths and Steps
Paths allows you to show a marker along a route (example).
Paths consists of Steps. The position of each Step is what decides where the marker will travel to. To create a new Step, click on 'Add new step', and select either which map file you want to freely position the Step in, or a map object whose position you will reference. See this page for help with positioning the Step.
If you create steps on different floors/map files, the user will be asked to change the floor/map file when the new map file is needed. This only happens if the floor is not currently loaded in the view, such as in mobile view.
To change the order of the Steps, drag the Steps to the desired position:
Set the speed of the Path. The higher the value, the faster the marker is traveled between the Steps.
Auto Play Steps
If enabled, automatically goes to the next Step once the marker has reached the destination of the current Step. If disabled, the user must click 'Next' to proceed.
The text that will be displayed for the Step:
Custom camera position
Enable this to set what position the camera should have when viewing this Step. Once you have positioned your camera, click on 'Update position'. If disabled, the camera position of the previous Step is used, or if there's no previous Step - the default camera position for that map file.
Look at fixed position instead of following target
Enable this to make the camera look at a certain position instead of following the target along the path.