[OpenLayers-Dev] Updating vector layers while dragging
igrcic at gmail.com
Thu Nov 19 16:08:03 EST 2009
i think the right way to go would be to use grid strategy:
Unfortunetely I think there should be some work done on it still (i
dont know the current state of it, maybe somebody else knows more)
On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 8:25 PM, Andreas Hocevar <ahocevar at opengeo.org> wrote:
> what you want would require a redesign of how vector layers are drawn.
> Right now, only the visible area is drawn. So if you pan the map, you
> will see nothing. To make this work in a different way, the vector layer
> would need a ratio option like the grid layer, to support a larger
> drawing pane. This change is not trivial, but doable.
> Having said that, I agree that this would be nice to have, but would
> require either funding or somebody willing to get their hands dirty.
> Phil Gyford wrote:
>> I recently built a site that uses OpenLayers
>> (http://www.e4.com/misfits/ - click the 'Play' button). At the moment
>> the vector layers only update after the user has finished dragging or
>> panning the "map" which, I realise from the FAQ, is by design.
>> Even so, I'd like to experiment with having the layers redraw while
>> the map is being moved, to avoid the clickable images being
>> "invisible" until the move has completed. The images (the objects in
>> the draggable photo with red marks around them) are Vector Points with
>> externalGraphics applied in a StyleMap.
>> I've spent some time trying to work out how to try this but I'm
>> stumped. Can anyone give me a pointer? Maybe I need to add something
>> to the move() function of OpenLayers.Handler.Drag? Or is it somewhere
>> else? And, once I've found the correct event, how do I make the images
>> Many thanks,
> Andreas Hocevar
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