Here are some ‘Premium Toolbar’ add-ons that I wrote for ArcGIS 8.x – 10.x:
PAI Compare, IRIS-view and MapScan toolbars running on ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.2
All these extensions are installed automatically by Nullsoft installers.
|IRIS-view||Links ArcGIS datasets to IRIS-view.|
|MapScan||Enables users to simply click or drag over image tiles and load the associated image(s) automatically above the tile layer. It can handle up to 4 million images, loads instantly, and means you do not need to use image catalogs; so no waiting for tiles you don't need.|
|PAI Compare for ArcGIS||Enables isolation of shapes in a view, and bulk updates of objects that originally matched. Works with multiple views.|
|ArcGIS SQLs||A collection of SQLs to replicate the original ArcView 3.x functionality (e.g. finding the number of rings in a polygon, or the co-ordinates of 50% along a polyline, number of vertices in the first part of a shape, number of vertices total).|
|T-Maker||Creates 'T' objects (which show who is responsible for maintaining boundaries on property maps), simply by clicking either side of a line. The T is then snapped at an exact 90-degree angle to the line, on the side you clicked.|
Note: I cannot sell or offer these products. I wrote them, but I do not hold the copyright. They are here to showcase my capability for a future employer only.