This page edits the top level target parameters that sets the size and scale of the target. You always start with a blank target or you can open an existing target file. If the conditions or the camera specifications change you can simply adjust these parameters here and all of the objects drawn in the target will automatically be scaled. This page displays the target file in a web browser window so you can view the scaled target. There are zoom controls so you inspect objects at many zoom factors. You can also hide or show the overlays here. The actual target size is shown in the upper right hand corner of the application under the file name.
The Parameter Bar contains controls and parameters for each page or sub-page functions. The Parameter Bar is also collapsible to hide out of view.
This page displays and manages the target objects list items, by adding, removing, re-ordering, duplicating, and re-positioning them. As you re-position items there is a "FOV Position Map" that shows a preview of where the object will be drawn. This tools has an "Align to" function that allows an object align to an axis to make positioning easier.
This page edits the target object by modifying its object parameters, or selecting a different object from the "Object Selection List". A preview window is shown so you can view your changes, and you can enable the positioning attributes to see how its fits in the target window, or disable to view in the center of the target.
Overlays consist of basic shapes, lines, rectangles, and circles. Overlays can be useful in aligning objects or just understanding the target area. Overlays can be disabled or enabled when viewing inside of Target Chart, and are not exported to the SVG file for printing.