Must-have GIS app for anyone who works with maps or spatial data!

Global Mapper

Global Mapper

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Now in its third decade of development, Global Mapper continues to cause a stir in the worldwide geospatial community. From its humble beginnings as a simple data viewing utility, it has evolved into a major player in the GIS software industry boasting an unrivaled collection of data creating, editing, rendering, and analysis tools at an affordable price, right out of the box. Global Mapper 64 bit is helping to expand access to GIS technology by dismantling the cost and usability barriers inherent in traditional GIS applications.

Equally well suited as a standalone spatial data management tool and as an integral component of an enterprise-wide GIS, The program is a must-have for anyone who works with maps or spatial data. The app is more than just a utility; it offers a surprisingly extensive collection of analysis and data processing tools in a truly affordable package. Providing support for virtually every known spatial file format as well as direct access to common spatial databases, this remarkable application can read, write, and analyze virtually all spatial data.

Global Mapper's intuitive user interface and logical layout help smooth the learning curve and ensures that users will be up-and-running in no time. Companies and organizations of any size will quickly see a significant return on investment brought about by efficient data processing, accurate map creation, and optimized spatial data management.

With a particular emphasis on terrain and 3D data processing, Global Mapper's out-of-the-box analysis functions include view shed and line-of site modeling, watershed delineation, volume measurement, and cut and fill optimization, raster calculation, customized gridding, and terrain creation, contour generation, and much more. Complementing this core functionality, the optional LiDAR Module provides a wide array of point cloud processing tools including automatic point classification, feature extraction, and the powerful Pixels-to-Points tool for photogrammetric point cloud creation.

Complementing these powerful analysis tools is the Mapper includes a complete suite of raster and vector data creation and editing functions offering everything from simple and intuitive drawing to image rectification and vectorization. The software also includes numerous attribute editing functions as well as intuitive data display and thematic mapping capabilities.

When the time comes to share map data, It offers numerous options including eye-catching page layout and printing tools, geospatial PDF creation, and direct web publishing to MangoMap, an affordable and easy-to-use online map service.

Features and Highlights

Flexible View Interface
The new multi-view map display allows several docked map windows to be displayed within the interface for better data visualization and manipulation.

Global Energy Mapper
Global Energy Mapper (GEM) functionality is now included in the base product of the app.

Feature Extension Plugin Support
These allow 3rd-parties and customers to create add-ins to this program to extend the functionality through their own toolbars and/or menu items.

3D Data
It works as easily with 3D data as it does 2D data.

Data Importing/Exporting
One of the unique and defining characteristics of the tool is its extensive and varied data format support.

Spatial Database Support
Import and export data from your spatial databases.

LiDAR Point Clouds
View and process point files with a billion points or more.

Access to Online Data
With many data GIS administrators choosing to distribute data through web-based services instead of offering file downloads or disk media, there is now a vast quantity of readily available spatial data just a mouse click away.

Google Earth Support
It has built-in support for importing and exporting data in Google's KML/KMZ format.

Image Rectification
A standard function of the software is its ability to import virtually any image file and to create a geographically aligned and scaled raster layer.

It includes a powerful geocoding function that allows real-world coordinates to be assigned to an imported database of addresses.

Graph and Chart Manager
The Graph and Chart Manager allows the user to create graphs and charts from loaded data.

As well as offering unrivaled access to preexisting spatial datasets, It provides a vast array of digitizing tools for creating and/or editing features on the map.

Feature Rendering
It offers limitless possibilities for assigning specific visual characteristics to vector features on the map.

Map Printing and Web Publishing
When it comes time to share your maps or data, It offers many output choices.

Raster Calculator
The Raster Calculator found under the Analysis menu can be used for performing mathematical operations on multi-band imagery to extract different types of information.

User Interface

It features an intuitive and user-friendly interface, with a customizable layout that allows users to arrange tools and panels to suit their workflow. The interface is well-organized, with easy access to commonly used functions and tools, making it suitable for both novice and experienced users.

Installation and Setup

Installing this program is straightforward and requires minimal effort. Users can download the software from the official website and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process. Once installed, users can launch the software and begin exploring its features immediately.

How to Use

Using this app is relatively straightforward, thanks to its intuitive interface and comprehensive documentation. Users can import their spatial data, such as shapefiles, raster images, and LiDAR datasets, and begin analyzing and visualizing them using the software's tools and functions. The software's extensive help resources, including tutorials and user guides, are also available to assist users in mastering its capabilities.


Can Global Mapper handle large datasets?
Yes, the program is capable of handling large datasets with ease, thanks to its efficient data processing algorithms and support for multi-core processors.

Does Global Mapper 32/64 bit support scripting or automation?
Yes, it offers scripting support through its built-in scripting language, allowing users to automate repetitive tasks and customize their workflows.

Can I use Global Mapper for mobile mapping applications?
While the program is primarily designed for desktop use, Blue Marble Geographics offers a companion app called Global Mapper Mobile for iOS and Android devices, allowing users to view and edit GIS data on the go.

Does Global Mapper require an internet connection to function?
No, the software is a standalone desktop application and does not require an internet connection to perform most of its functions. However, certain features, such as online data streaming and map tile services, may require an internet connection.


If you are looking for Global Mapper an alternative, we recommend you to download QGIS.


The program is available for purchase directly from the Blue Marble Geographics website. The software is offered on a perpetual license basis, with pricing starting at $599 for a single-user license. Discounts are available for academic and government institutions, as well as volume purchases.

Global Mapper Standard Plan - US $599 (Single User Node-Locked)
  • Support for importing and exporting 300+ file formats
  • Access to online data sources for streaming imagery, basemaps, terrain, and vector data
  • Vector drawing, editing, analysis, and spatial operations
  • Attribute editing, joining, calculation, graphing, and querying
  • Thematic and choropleth mapping
  • Map design and pre-print layout
  • Lidar display, filtering, and manual editing
  • Terrain creation and modification
  • Terrain analysis, including contour generation, line of sight, viewshed, watershed, and flood simulation
  • Volume calculation, pile volume estimation, cut and fill analysis, and change detection
  • Immersive 3D visualization, 3D data creation and editing, fly-through recording, and layer animation
  • And many more!
Global Mapper Pro Plan - US $1,449 (Single User Node-Locked)

All the great features of standard plus:
  • Terrain painting
  • Breakline calculation
  • Advanced querying, editing, segmenting, and filtering of lidar and 3D point clouds
  • Automatic classification of point cloud data including ground, vegetation, buildings, power lines, and poles
  • Vector feature extraction from classified point cloud data
  • Lidar noise identification and removal
  • Variography and Kriging
  • Point cloud thinning and vertical and horizontal rectification of point cloud data
  • Automatic alignment of overlapping point clouds
  • And many more!
System Requirements
  • Operating System: Windows 7/8/10/11 (64-bit) and Windows Server 2019/2022
  • Processor: Intel or AMD CPU, 2 GHz or faster
  • RAM: 8 GB or more
  • Graphics Card: OpenGL 3.3-compatible graphics card with at least 512 MB of VRAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 600 MB of free disk space
  • Comprehensive set of GIS tools and functions
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Support for a wide range of data formats
  • Efficient data processing algorithms
  • Extensive documentation and help resources
  • Higher price compared to some other GIS software
  • Steeper learning curve for novice users
  • Limited support for macOS and Linux platforms
Note: 14 days trial version. Limited functionality.

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Global Mapper 22.0
Significant New Features:
- New Eye Dome Lighting settings in the 3D viewer help improve visual display of vector and lidar data
- A new tool for simplifying loaded meshes or TINs
- A new Spatial Operations tool to find the intersection of two vector layers
- A new Analysis menu option to find the overlap (both percentage and graphical) between two or more Lidar, raster/image, and/or terrain layers
- An update to the Raster Reclassify tool that allows it to work with continuous data (terrain/slope, single bands of imagery).
- A new sweep selection tool for working with vector data in the 3D viewer
- Dramatically faster rendering of tiled online sources, especially in 3D.
- Support for creating point, line, or area features from a list of coordinates in an MS Excel (.xls/.xlsx) file.
- A new Digitizer menu providing convenient access to all Digitizer functions.
- A tabular preview showing the first ten lines of an imported ASCII or Excel file.
- Significant New LiDAR Module features:
- A new Terrain Paint tool for manipulating elevation values in a free-form way using an interface similar to MS Paint, Photoshop, etc. [Item #GM-1126]
- A new algorithm that improves building classification results on all types of point clouds. [Item #GM-9434]
- Improved building extraction with better 3D shape simplification, including generating building footprints. [Item #GM-2889]
- A new option to generate a process summary report when using Pixels to Points [Item #GM-7612]
- An update to the underlying libraries used in the Pixels to Points process resulting in improved output with certain image data sets. [Item #GM-10386]
- Two new lidar draw modes: [Item #GM-10148]
- 'Color by Source Layer' (allowing easy display of lidar point clouds using a different color for each layer)
- ‘Color by Scan Angle’.Supports for sorting exported LAS/LAZ files by one or more fields (.X, Y, Z, class, GPS time, etc.).
- Dramatically faster rendering of lidar path profiles with a large number of points.
- New Supported Formats:
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Added support for exporting Lidar data to the Leica PTS format. [Item #GM-10284]
- Added ability to import and export Mapbox Vector Tile data sets. [Item #GM-3900]
- Added support for the XTide .dat file format [Item #GM-9424]
- LiDAR Changes
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] The export to Lidar LAS/LAZ files now supports sorting the data by one or more fields (i.e. X, Y, Z, class, GPS time, etc.). A new Sorting tab on the Export dialog and a new SORT_FIELD parameter for the EXPORT_VECTOR command. [Item #GM-10697]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Added new Lidar draw mode 'Color by Scan Angle' to color Lidar point clouds by scan angle. [Item #GM-10834]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Added a new option to allow selecting Lidar points at least some distance from other Lidar or line features to the existing 'Select Lidar by Distance' feature. [Item #GM-10994]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Fixed issue with updating the return number/count of Lidar points when deleting other Lidar points in the pulse. [Item #GM-10838]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Fixed an issue with bin-gridded Lidar data being a fraction of a pixel off from its correct location in the grid. [Item #GM-10917]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Poles that are extracted now have a height attribute [Item #GM-10820]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Pole extraction will now use the workspace projection correctly. [Item #GM-10653]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Pole extraction now handles poles that have a negative elevation [Item #GM-10708]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Fixed an issue where the method that retrieved the nearby points could return no points. This affected pole classification and an other lidar operations that used this method [Item #GM-10868]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Lidar cropping based on selected features now uses the feature bounds instead of a rectangle [Item #GM-10997]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Corrected Lidar spatial thinning when keeping or removing every Nth point. It was off by 1. [Item #GM-10838]
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Fixed issue with image masks not working correctly on the Pixels to Points dialog if the images have been resized prior to loading in the P2P dialog. [Item #GM-11071]

3D Viewer Changes:
- Repair the rendering of 3D vector area features in some contexts. [Item #GM-11267]
- Repair the rendering of 3D vector line (twisting) features in some contexts. [Item #GM-11083]
- Fix a variety of issues in 3D vector feature editing. [Item #GM-11108]
- 3D Sweep Selection [Item #GM-4088]
- New Eye Dome Lighting settings in the 3D viewer help improve visual display of vector and lidar data [Item #GM-9276]
- 3D lines now have constant width. [Item #GM-6847]
- Fixed 3D display and gridding of vector layers that have unit names representing something other than meters or feet (like '500 cm'). [Item #GM-10826]
- Path Profile/Line of Sight Function Changes:
- [LIDAR MODULE ONLY] Dramatically sped up the render of Lidar path profiles with large numbers of points. [Item #GM-10825]
- Made path profile save to CSV use Position Display Format setting for Latitude/Longitude values. [Item #GM-11011]
- Fixed issue with perpendicular path profile not aligning with main path if Bearing Sense was not Grid North. [Item #GM-10809]

Analysis Function Changes:
- Add new option to find the overlap (both percentage and graphical) between two or more Lidar, raster/image, and/or terrain layers. The new option is under the Analysis menu. [Item #GM-10367]
- Fixed issues calculating area volumes. [Item #GM-10614]
- Added features to the Raster Reclassify tool to work with continuous data (terrain / slope). Other new features include creating a spread of output values, Improved diagnostic messages, creation of ranges with equal but opposite ends, and allow multiple transparent colors. [Item #GM-10734]
- Added a new option to simplify when generating a 3D model (mesh) from a loaded terrain surface. [Item #GM-7358]
- Added more output options to Raster Reclassification. It includes palette image, elevation (8-bit integer), elevation (16 bit integer), and an option to set unspecified input values to the transparent color.Raster Reclassification now allows non palette based layers such as elevation and image data. [Item #GM-10842/GM-10816/GM-10843]
- Fixed incorrect units on min/max points while generating contours. [Item #GM-10684]
- Reworked View Shed algorithm to use Measure->Bearing Options to calculate angles. [Item #GM-8409]
- Allow view sheds with over 512 million samples. Users are now prompted to allow the specified size or to automatically increase the Sample Spacing to get the sample count to a reasonable level. [Item #GM-10921]

Digitizer Tool Changes:
- Added a new option to simplify the geometry of 3D models (meshes). The new option is in the Digitizer Tool's right-click Move/Reshape menu. [Item #GM-7358]
- Added new option to allow snapping to Lidar point returns when digitizing. The option is under the right-click Options menu of the Digitizer Tool. [Item #GM-5859]
- Fixed the simplification of area features to remove the correct number of vertices. From v21.0 until v21.1.1, area simplification was often keeping many vertices that should have been removed. [Item #GM-10852]
- Fixed issues creating perpendicular lines when the selected line layer projection is different than the view projection. [Item #GM-10908]
- Fixed issue with ELEVATION attributes of point features changing when moving the features. [Item #GM-11231]
- Made 'Insert Vertices and Split at Intersections' keep per-vertex elevations and times. [Item #GM-11041]
- Add ELEVATION attribute to newly created point features created by snapping to 3D features (Lidar, terrain, 3D models, etc.) in the Digitizer Tool. [Item #GM-10992]
- Allow user to select "Above Sea Level" option when performing multiple volume calculations over a range of base heights. [Item #GM-10575]
- Fixed issue creating a buffer on one side of a line [Item #GM-10888]
- Updated Create Regular Grid operation to obey the Distance Calculation Type setting from the Configuration dialog. This means that if you are using Great Circle or Rhumb Line distance calculation, the grid cell edges will match the specified distance using the Measure Tool rather than being calculated in the current display projection. [Item #GM-5818]

Scripting Changes:
- Added ability to export TINs, Points, and Contours to Land/XML via a script. [Item #GM-7759]
- Added support for TAKE_OFF_ALT parameter for GENERATE_POINT_CLOUD script command. [Item #GM-11030]
- Added parameter to CALC_VOLUME script command to allow user to indicate whether the base height is at sea level or relative to the ground. [Item #GM-10913]
- Added built-in script variables for script file name with and without the extension [Item #GM-11106]
- Made VOID_ELEV parameter be obeyed for BIL elevation export using EXPORT_ELEVATION script command. [Item #GM-11133]
- Updated saved workspace files to remember a user-specified no-data value used when gridding text files on import. The new NO_DATA_VAL parameter for the IMPORT_ASCII command provides this support. [Item #GM-11139]
- Fixed bug causing the CALC_VOLUME_BETWEEN_SURFACES script command to require an AREA_FILENAME parameter to be provided rather than just calculating the volume inside the overlap of the surface layers. [Item #gm-11180]

Online Source Changes:
- Dramatically sped up the rendering of tiled online sources, especially in 3D. [Item #GM-10503]
- Added ability to add or replace layers in an existing MangoMap. [Item #GM-10933]
- Updated the Layer->Find Extrema (Min/Max) Elevation Points option to work with online terrain sources. There is also a new option to create point features at the located min/max points. [Item #GM-11056]

Projection/Datum Changes:
- Fixed issue with NTv2 datum transformations not being used immediately upon load. [Item #GM-10630]
- Added built-in IG05/12 and IG05/12 Intermediate datums and corrected the transform for the New Israeli Datum (NID). [Item #GM-10386]
- Added new Italian versions of ETRS89 and ETRF2000 datums that use NTv2 datum shift files. The base ETRS89 and ETRF2000 datums no longer use those NTv2 shift files as they only covered Italy and caused a slight discontinuity at the edge of the file. [Item #GM-10526]
- Added built-in PROJCS names for EPSG codes 2945-2951 (MTM Canada NAD83 CSRS zones). [Item #GM-10774]
- Improved the behavior of the GeoCalc mode projection selection dialog when loading layers so that transforms are automatically selected or prompted for when pressing OK rather than requiring the user to explicitly double-click on the transform list. [Item #GM-10808]
- When in geocalc mode and files are using a projection that isn't supported by geocalc a warning will appear and let you pick a new projection instead of hard crashing [Item #GM-10571]
- Updated MGI Austria datum shift with new file from Austrian government that fixes an issue in some locations. [Item #GM-6711]
- Fixed issues with display lat/lon grid lines for world-covering data cutting off around 67 degrees (N and S) for Mercator. [Item #GM-10801]
- Updated coordinate system definition files to include some missing EPSG codes. [Item #GM-11021]
- Fixed central meridian for Albers Conus EPSG codes (5069 and 5070) [Item #GM-11024]

Format Specific Changes:
- Added support for exporting terrain data to Land/XML as a TIN. [Item #GM-9472]
- Sped up tiled exports to ECW/JP2 files when multiple cores are available. [Item #GM-5063]
- Updated DXF and DWG exports to handle 3D models (meshes). Each triangle in the mesh is exported as a 3D area feature. [Item #GM-11345]
- Added the ability to customize the No Data value exported in Arc ASCII Grid files through the user interface. [Item #GM-10846]
- Updated projection information stored in GeoTIFF and LAS/LAZ files to include the detailed TOWGS84 datum transformation so that custom datums with unknown EPSG codes can be read back in correctly from exported files. [Item #GM-10849]
- Fixed issues in v21.1.0 rendering JPG-in-TIFF files. [Item #GM-10884]
- Fixed the methodology used to identify a SQLite/Spatialite database file. [Item #GM-7745]
- Updated exports to multi-band image formats (i.e. GeoTIFF, BIL, Erdas Imagine) to allow the inclusion of vector data and map layout items (i.e. scale bar). [Item #GM-8177]
- Fixed issue loading Japanese GML DEM files on systems where the locale was also set to Japanese. [Item #GM-9977]
- Ensure that exported KMZ files containing a 3D model can be read by Google Earth. [Item #GM-10926]
- Fixed slow load of vector files containing area features with large numbers of holes/islands in v21.1.0 release. [Item #GM-11131]
- Fixed issues loading ECW files with non-English characters in the filename or path. [Item #GM-11182]
- Added support for batch converting to the Garmin JNX format. [Item #GM-11334]
- Updated GeoTIFF 16-bit imagery exports to store signed 16-bit samples if any of the input layers have signed values. [Item #GM-10976]
- Added support for loading LandXML Parcels with 3D coordinate lists. Also added support for using Property values from LandXML as attribute values. [Item #GM-11054]
- Added option to use the Ordinance Survey Master Map (OSMM) styling when loading an OSMM file. [Item #GM-9055]
- Add an option to the KML/KMZ export to control the creation of folders for each geometry type. [Item #GM-10579]
- Significantly improved time needed to export data to CADRG format. [Item #GM-5415]
- Improved performance of exporting data to Digital Terrain Elevation Data (DTED) file format. [Item #GM-7830]
- S-52 zoom levels now are used when changing the detail slider on s-57 files. Features that disappear when zooming in will now more closely match the s-52 style [Item #GM-10788]
- Improved the loading of MSI-Planet files. The clutter files now load as a palette-based image layer if a 'menu' file is provided. A prompt to confirm the UTM zone hemisphere is also no longer required if the 'projection' file specifies enough information to determine the hemisphere automatically. [Item #GM-10822]
- Added support for MapInfo datum codes for GDA2020, S-JTSK, and other datums. [Item #GM-10973]
- Dramatically sped up the load of S-63 chart files initially encrypted for a different machine. [Item #GMSDK-240]
- Re-enabled support for loading NetCDF files larger than 2GB (broken since v20.0). [Item #GM-10803]
- Fixed problem with incorrect elevation units when importing Global Mapper workspace file containing TIF files. [Item #GM-10634]
- Fixed error loading some LAS files over 2GB in size. [Item #GM-11337]
- Fixed problems loading some JP2 terrain data, including crashes on load and missing data in parts of the display with elevations below -9999. [Item #GM-11157]
- Fixed problem exporting feature points to shape files when using the "Generate 3D Features Using Loaded Elevation Data" option and the points did not have an ELEVATION attribute. [Item #GM-10564]
- Improved exporting and importing 3D content (mesh data) to and from PDF files. [Item #GM-9727]
- Include color from GM point symbols when exporting to DWG and DXF.Read point color when importing DWG and DXF. [Item #GM-5606]
- Fixed issue where the wrong code page being written to an exported SOSI file. [Item #GM-11200]
- Fixed an issue where the projection was not being identified correctly in an exported SOSI file. [Item #GM-11201]
- Improved resolution when exporting large map layout from the Map Layout Editor to PDF [Item #GM-10629]
- Made ELEV_UNITS get passed down properly when adding terrain layers to map catalogs via script. Also ensure that loading map catalogs doesn't end up prompting for elevation units. [Item #GM-10792]
- Made export to CSV from Attribute Editor handle the case where the first column is empty or hidden. [Item #GM-10815]
- Include map layout elements when exporting to PDF from the main view.Make inclusion of layout elements optional. [Item #GM-10840]
- Fixed the inadvertent duplication of coordinate values when exporting a lat/lon dataset to CSV with the "Export Separate Lat/Lon Coordinates for Each Point" option selected. [Item #GM-10475]
- Removed extraneous vertices from FBX terrain export. [Item #GM-10903]
- Make sure REST and GeoJSON overlays have the codepage set to UTF-8. [Item #GM-10916]
- Remove invalid characters from DXF layer names during export. [Item #GM-10924]
- Automatically detect false easting/northing values specified in the wrong units for some MrSID files and load them with the correct interpretation. [Item #GM-6031]
- Improved display of filled areas in SOLID entities when loading DXF and DWG files. [Item #GM-5955]
- Fixed problem where linked image files were not being saved in an exported KMZ file. [Item #GM-11009]
- Move option indicating whether to load all PDF map frames to the PDF Import Options screen. [Item #GM-11017]
- Fixed DXF exporter so that it respects the label option when exporting point features. [Item #GM-10981]
- Resolved issue with missing attributes when importing OSM data. [Item #GM-11064]
- Fixed issues displaying some BMP files in v21.1. [Item #GM-11184]
- Rendering/Style Changes:
- Fixed issue with custom shape point symbols scaled to be less than 0.5 pixels in radius drawing as 2 pixels width. Also fixed the pixel location of vector data on display and export. It could be up to one pixel right and or down of where it should have been. [Item #GM-7490]
- Check online layers when rendering a texture map. [Item #GM-10860]
- Performance:
- Sped up tiled exports when cropping or tiling to selected area features. Now multiple cores will be used if available. [Item #GM-5063]
- Improved performance when specifying very small custom grid line spacing. [Item #GM-5788]

User Interface:
- Added a new top-level Digitizer menu providing access to all Digitizer functions. [Item #GM-11198]
- ASCII and Excel file import dialogs now have a preview for the top 10 lines [Item #GM-457]
- Added Apply button to the Layer Shift dialog when its opened from the Control Center [Item #GM-11126]
- Added preview of transparent colors in the Raster Options/Display dialog for all raster formats, not just palette based ones. [Item #GM-10675]
- Added new feature to keep Histogram Graph windows open after the metadata dialog has closed. [Item #GM-10883]
- Added options on metadata histogram tab to control display of histogram bin labels and the option to color the histogram bins based on the currently selected shader. [Item #GM-10878]
- Added option for more detailed batch/re-projection processing information during run. [Item #GM-10720]
- Added configuration option for setting water level increment in 2D view. [Item #GM-9475]
- Modified Layer Name input box to only outline the control with a red box if it is blank rather than a blinking color. [Item #GM-10895]
- Allow deleting single color from a list of a layer's transparent colors. [Item #GM-10891]
- Made the band selection dialog for multi-band exports resizable. [Item #GM-10731]

Misc. Changes:
- An update to the Raster Reclassify tool that allows it to with continuous data (terrain/slope, single bands of imagery).
- Enforce multi-part polygon grouping in Attribute Editor. [Item #GM-8068]
- Fixed issues in batch convert from v21.1.0 release, including cropping to selected areas and using other source files as filler. [Item #GM-11023]
- User settings import now will remember toolbar locations. They will be used when imported as long as the version and monitor resolution match. [Item #GM-10615]
- Fixed bug where vertical transformation box doesn't appear in geocalc mode [Item #GM-10560]
- Fixed bug where 3D settings didn't match expected values if there were no GM registry keys yet [Item #GM-10279]
- Global Mapper correctly reads the custom AoU file in geocalc mode [Item #GM-10127]
- Display attribute values in the appropriate code page on the Search Vector Data dialog. [Item #GM-10789]