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This week's tip and trick is around labels. Sometimes labels do get in the way when you want to select the spatial object under the label. So instead of selecting the object, you select the label. And sometimes you even move the label just a tiny distance.
You can avoid this by making the labels not selectable on your map. You do this via the often-overlooked "Selectable Labels" icon in the Layer List next to each Map element. Here you can turn the Selectable Labels on and off.
Are you already using this option in MapInfo Pro?
#MapInfoMonday is your weekly little tip to help you get more from your MapInfo Pro.
That's actually a very good point and something that I have just ignored when I have come across it.
I think this problem does only occur for WMS and probably WMTS layers that support GetFeatureInfo where a request can be sent to the server to get attribute information at a given point.
I tried to look at the WMS options but I can't see a way to disable this. We basically use what the WMS Service provides. In the image below, you can see two different WMS services. One supports GetFeatureInfo shown via the "i" next to all the layers. The other one doesn't as it doesn't have an "i".