[OpenLayers-Users] Odd behaviour with IFrames
David at itbeyond.com.au
Mon Apr 28 20:11:50 EDT 2008
There is an on-going issue with Google at the moment with the Satellite
maps going bad. I am not sure what is going on however I have noticed it
and read about it on the Google maps user group. I thought they may be
rebuild tiles or something it has been going on now for about 1 week. It
even happens when using the maps.google.com url's and switching to close
in zoomed satellite images. The zoom and pan's go strange and centre on
the upper left or lower left view extents and show the zoom out message
at the wrong times. It may be worth others adding comments in the Google
maps group pages.
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From: Cranio [mailto:cranio at quipo.it]
Sent: Monday, 28 April 2008 11:42 PM
To: users at openlayers.org
Subject: [OpenLayers-Users] Odd behaviour with IFrames
Situation: An IFRAME (Joomla wrapper component) containing a HTML page
OpenLayers 2.6 Map (WMS layers over Google base layers)
Problem: Odd behaviour when zooming in/out. At first, zooming works
Then I change f.ex. from Google Street Map to Google Satellite.
After the first base map change, the zoomed region is wrongly centered
center shifts a lot to South-East) making zoom unusable.
Other strange thing, the problem seems to arise ONLY with the Satellite
... I'm puzzled, any hints?
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