Ability to import a Georeferenced PDF and have your lication shown on it at all times.
Closing this suggestion as completed as Maps Pro is now able to display USGS data which was the main use of Georeferenced PDFs.
Here is how to display USGS data within Maps Pro for Windows 8:
“USGS topo maps are now available in Maps Pro. In “Map Styles”, try ESRI topo or one of the CalTopo. The correspond to the USGS data.”
Thanks for your feedback!
Brian Y commented
Any progress on this one? These are some of the best map files available for hiking, biking, etc. And the maps are free :)
Hello Matt and thanks for your comment!
This is definately an interesting feature but might be hard because it doesn't seem quite common. I'll have a closer look soon !
Matt Eric commented
This would be a very cool feature. I haven't been able to find anything that can just display a georeferenced PDF with a location dot.
If you want a georeferenced PDF to check out, take a look at http://store.usgs.gov; they have their entire collection of topographic quadrangle maps available as free PDFs with geo data incorporated into the file. Another example is here (PDF link): <http://www.staythetrail.org/mvum/2013-01-15/AR_ClearCreek_2010.pdf>. The only format I've seen (on the maps I'm interested in, anyway) is "GeoPDF"; I *think* it's just their branding on georeference extensions that are available as part of the PDF 1.3 specification.
Hello and thanks for this suggestion,
Actually, I never tried out or seen a Georeferenced PDF before. There seem to be a few competing format out there. Are you using geo pdf generated by ArcGIS or another tool? Which software work with Georeferenced PDF already?
Also, if you could send me an example file at firstname.lastname@example.org, that would be good,