[OpenLayers-Users] Printing overlay
DCarreira at edia.pt
Tue Aug 14 04:09:56 EDT 2007
Can you merge/mosaic your map images on the server? Then you could send
a single image to the browser ready to print.
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2007 15:25:08 -0400
From: Julien-Samuel Lacroix <jlacroix at mapgears.com>
Subject: Re: [OpenLayers-Users] Printing overlay
To: users at openlayers.org
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Sadly it's not a possibility since I'm using a Google Map base layer. Or
am I missing something?
Any other thought/suggestion?
John Cole wrote:
> We ran into similar problems with printing and using overlays. Our
> was to have a page with a OL map with one layer (having mapserver
> all of the layers for us). This works fine, but I would love to come
> with a way to have printing work seamlessly in the future.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: users-bounces at openlayers.org
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> Behalf Of Julien-Samuel Lacroix
> Sent: Monday, August 13, 2007 10:45 AM
> To: users at openlayers.org
> Subject: [OpenLayers-Users] Printing overlay
> I wonder if it's possible to print a map with an overlay on the top of
> it. I currently have a GoogleMaps layer with a MapServer layer
> streets) on the top of it. When I send it to the printer, I only get
> overlay (MapServer) to be printed. I also tried with OpenLayers
> to print overlays and it did not worked.
> The solution I currently think of is to extract my street geometries
> draw them on the top of the map with the Google API, but I'm not even
> sure if it will work. What others do for printing?
> Best regards,
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