[OpenLayers-Users] Bing zoom levels in 2.11
ahocevar at opengeo.org
Thu Jun 2 17:49:25 EDT 2011
looking again, and playing with the bing-tiles-restrictedzoom.html
example from my patch, I don't see any issues with restrictedMinZoom.
What exactly makes you think that this is a solution inferior to
On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 9:45 PM, Andreas Hocevar <ahocevar at opengeo.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 9:41 PM, Andreas Hocevar <ahocevar at opengeo.org> wrote:
>> as I said, it's not minZoomLevel, but restrictedMinZoom what you want to use.
> The minZoomLevel property is not supported by anything but the
> EventPane layers. If restrictedMinZoom doesn't do what you expect, we
> should improve it. Having said that, my patch has not passed the
> review process yet. Maybe restrictedMinZoom is not the way to go, or
> at least making it an API property is not.
>> On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 4:24 PM, Andy Harrison <andyh at alh.me.uk> wrote:
>>> On 01/06/2011 22:59, Andreas Hocevar wrote:
>>>> Nevermind. Ticket created, patch with tests and example attached:
>>> Many thanks for doing that Andreas, but there still seems to be an issue
>>> with Bing zooms. Your patch allows the numZoomLevels to work but
>>> minZoomLevel is having no effect. I've attached screenshots to illustrate.
>>> As I understand it numZoomLevels is the number of zoom levels starting from
>>> zero (whole world). minZoomLevel changes the starting zoom to be more
>>> detailed. In my map I am focused on Scotland, starting at zoom level 6.
>>> minZoomLevel = 6, numZoomLevels = 15
>>> That should give me the maximum zoom for aerial photography using zooms
>>> 6-21. It works for my old VEarth layers but the new Bing layers aren't
>>> responding. restrictedMinZoom=6 now restricts the zoom slider control but I
>>> don't think this is as good a solution as minZoomLevel. I expect you would
>>> want that in that working in the new 2.11 release? I haven't posted any
>>> tickets as yet, I should probably register and do that.
>> Andreas Hocevar
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