Online Guide – Using the Satellite Images Layer (Bing) This feature is introduced in Tumonz 11 and not available in older versions. Tumonz 11.04 screenshots below – this may vary slightly in other versions. Tumonz now support integrated high-detail satellite & road map images as a background for your mapping for all of New Zealand. Click on any image to enlarge it. Select the Map Styles / Layers tab (1) and load the Default with Satellite Imagery style (2) – the map will load high-detail imagery everywhere in New Zealand. The Satellite Images (Bing) layer in Current Map Layers (3) is responsible for downloading & rendering the tiles – you will notice the User Data layers render on top of the images (to prevent the images from covering your map objects). The map will automatically switch to the EPSG3857 projection to align with the satellite imagery – if you toggle the NZTM projection (1) in the View Menu (2), the images will not display and only the basic vector data will be visible. You can simply toggle the projection again (2) to show the satellite images again. Property information will be overlaid on the images once you zoom in, and you can change how the property data is show by selecting the NZ Property Data layer (1) and then use the Change Layer Properties tab (2) to change Line / Fill / Text colors (ect). Additional property data and reports (3) can be accessed via the more information button which shows once you zoom in on a property. You can select which layers & effects (e.g. 3D shading) you want by selecting the corresponding layer in Current Map Layers (2). Select the Default with Road Maps style (1) to view road maps for all of New Zealand – you can view the map with or without (2) additional property detail by toggling the NZ Property Data layer (3) in Current Map Layers. Tumonz saves downloaded images on the local drive to speed up loading and reduce downloads for areas on the map you regularly visit – the defaults for this process is adequate for most users, but if you regularly map many different areas in New Zealand you can increase the local cache (from the default of 30k tiles, ~400Mb) to a larger amount on the Settings (1) tab under Map Tiles Layers (2).