The application is a 3D map of a large work area (several rooms), with information tabs at the bottom. Users can rotate and zoom the map, click on a room for details, click a piece of equipment for specs, manuals, etc.
At the top of the screen are arrows to move the map around and a zoom slider. I'd like to add tooltips to those navigation buttons to make sure their function is understood. Tooltip text for the slider is pretty obvious: Zoom In on the plus sign, Zoom Out on the minus sign, "Slide to Zoom" on the slider itself. But I'm not sure what should go on the arrows.
What I'm currently leaning toward is: Move Map Up, Move Map Down, Move Map Right, and Move Map Left on the appropriate arrows. ("Map" might be redundant, but I want to differentiate between moving the map and changing your perspective relative to the map.)
Do these make sense? Is there a more concise or clearer phrasing I could use?