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VEMapOptions Properties

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The properties of the VEMapOptions class are listed here. For a complete list of VEMapOptions class members, see the VEMapOptions Class topic.

Public Properties

Name Description

VEMapOptions.BirdseyeOrientation Property

A VEOrientation Enumeration value indicating the orientation of the bird's eye map. The default value is VEOrientation.North.

VEMapOptions.DashboardColor Property

A String that specifies whether the map dashboard, or navigation control, is colored blue or black. Valid values are “blue” or “black”. The default value is “blue”.

VEMapOptions.EnableBirdseye Property

A Boolean value specifying whether or not to enable the Birdseye map style in the map control. The default value is true.

VEMapOptions.EnableClickableLogo Property

A Boolean value indicating whether the BingTM logo on the map is clickable. The default value is false.

VEMapOptions.EnableDashboardLabels Property

A Boolean value that specifies whether or not labels appear on the map when a user clicks the Aerial or Birdseye map style buttons on the map control dashboard. The default value is true.

VEMapOptions.EnableSearchLogo Property

A Boolean value indicating whether to enable the BingTM hovering search logo on the map. The default value is false.

VEMapOptions.LoadBaseTiles Property

A Boolean value indicating whether or not to load the base map tiles. The default value is true.

VEMapOptions.UseEnhancedRoadStyle Property

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On July 6, 2011, the new enhanced road map style in use on http://www.bing.com/maps became the default and only road style available for all Bing Maps APIs. The UseEnhancedRoadStyle property is deprecated.

A Boolean value indicating whether to use the enhanced road map style.

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