[OpenLayers-Dev] VML Rendering of point data

fporc7ji fporcelli at taic.net
Mon Oct 1 16:32:23 EDT 2007

Hi Chris --

I've attached a zip file containing screen shots of what my output looks
like when viewing the example in both Firefox and IE6. Notice that the IE6
output shows the points skewed to the right (IE6 has FF points in Florida
located in Cuba and Maryland's are in the Atlantic. The further east you go,
the farther off the points are.

Are you seeing the same result in your browser?



Christopher Schmidt-4 wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 10:10:02AM -0700, fporc7ji wrote:
>> Hi Chris --
>> I posted the files again, this time without the entire build. You should
>> be
>> able to paste into any OL2.5 build.
> Frank -- 
> I just grabbed the example KML file from this, and loaded it into the
> SVN build in the kml-layer. It looks exactly the same in IE6, IE7, and FF.
> You can see the output at:
> http://dev.openlayers.org/sandbox/crschmidt/kml/examples/kml-layer.html
> It is possible (though unlikely) that this is something we fixed in SVN,
> but is not fixed in 2.5RC3. (I don't have the resources to go back
> through the RCs testing at this time.) If it is, then that's fine, and
> we'll need to figureo ut what it was and get it pulled up. However, to
> the best of my knowledge, we have made no significant changes in
> rendering in the time since we released 2.5RC3, so I can't imagine this
> being the case.  
> If you can view the URL above and let me know if it's causing you
> problems, that would be great. I've had another user with IE confirm
> that he is unable to reproduce any differences between IE and FF either. 
> Regards,
> -- 
> Christopher Schmidt
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