[mapguide-users] Fusion 2.0 Beta Notes
markp at Meadgilman.com
Tue Feb 17 12:12:40 EST 2009
I have been experimenting with both the MapGuide standard template and
Apparently I had a coordinate system issue in my map that I was testing
(changed it and forgot to change it back), which explains the negative X
value. Although my map is still reporting in meters despite being in
Still at a loss as to the other issues though.
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[mailto:mapguide-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Paul
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 4:53 AM
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Subject: Re: [mapguide-users] Fusion 2.0 Beta Notes
Thanks for the feedback Mark, we'll try to take a look at these
issues. Which template are you using, or is it one that you have
On 16-Feb-09, at 9:17 PM, Mark Pendergraft wrote:
> I'm trying to implement Google Maps into my Fusion application using
> the 2.0 Beta. I'm having a bit of trouble. Right now I'm trying to
> load the Sheboygan map and the google map in the same MapGroup and
> my program has continuous errors (which seem to point to the
> maptip). I also have to disable the OverviewMap when I load the
> google map because it crashes when it loads.
> Can anyone provide some instructions or a brief overview on how we
> should be incorporating MapGuide and Google Maps into the same map?
> Also, I've noticed a few other bugs in 2.0:
> The CursorPosition widget does not show up in default layout unless
> the widget is added twice to the Statusbar container. It would
> appear that the second element in the statusbar container is
> actually overlapping the first element. So the element is there,
> but you can't see it because the second element in the container is
> on top of it. This happens with all Splitterbar controls added to
> the layout.
> Neither Tooltips nor the MapTip appear to work.
> The Coordinates in the CursorPosition widget appear to be
> incorrect. The X value is always negative (on the Sheboygan example
> and on my own map which is in Washington State Plane Coordinate
> System (HPGN) North Zone US Foot). A negative X value in a
> Washington state projection would indicate a position somewhere in
> the ocean.
> Another issue I've noticed with the CursorPosition widget is that it
> always seems to report in meters despite my map being in Feet. The
> widget reports in my maps units (feet), but appends a 'm' on the end
> of the X and Y.
> -Mark P.s
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