Welcome to the ThinkGeo Developer Community!
The ThinkGeo Developer Community is your hub for support, ideas and tips for developing with Map Suite. We have just a few simple rules that you must adhere to when posting, as well as some guidelines for making your contributions the most helpful for others.
- Your first post in the discussion forums will be held for moderator approval. Once your message has been approved, you will be able to make future posts without moderation.
- If you need help with or want to discuss a particular Map Suite product, please post in the Support Forum for that product. Map Suite 2.0 and Map Suite 3.0 products have their own set of support forums. Make sure you're posting in the right one!
- If you want to ask a specific question, you can flag your topic to make it easier for others see that you need help. For information on how to flag your topic as a question, see the instructions below.
- If you're looking for documentation and other reference information on how to use Map Suite, please browse our online Support Center.
- Absolutely no flaming or personal attacks will be tolerated.
- Above all, enjoy sharing your ideas, learning from others, and working with Map Suite. We're glad you're with us!
Flagging Your Topic as a Question
You can flag your new topic as a question to make it easier for others to see that you need help. This will also let you mark a specific answer as the "Correct Answer" so that others can see what you did to solve your problem.
To mark your topic as a question, select "Not Resolved" from the Topic Status drop-down:
Then, type your post subject, message and click Submit when you're finished. You'll notice that a question mark icon appears next to your topic on the forum list.
When you receive a response that answers your question, you can mark that response as the correct answer by clicking the "Correct Answer" button above that post:
Afterwards, the question mark icon next to your topic will change to a green checkmark, indicating that your issue has been resolved.