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Fri Jan 9 04:55:20 EST 2009
Excellent work guys! It really works very nice!
But it always can get better :) my first questions were:
1) hmmm can it snap to coordinate grid? (for en example 1mx1m if its in meters)
2) hmmm can it snap to features intersections?
But I guess you also have these and many others improvments in ur head
for future versions ;)
On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 7:07 AM, Roald de Wit <roald.dewit at lisasoft.com> wrote:
> Hi Tim, Jachym and fredj,
> This is great work!
> I think I mentioned it somewhere before: for me OpenLayers has by far
> the most intuitive interface for editing features (compared to the OS
> desktop alternatives that I tried). Snapping only makes it better!
> Cheers, Roald
> On Fri, 2009-01-09 at 10:00 +1030, Tim Schaub wrote:
>> I done some work to create a snapping agent for vector editing .
>> This extends (in spirit) the work started by jachym and continued by
>> fredj . The snapping agent is implemented as a single control that
>> listens for vector layer events.
>> This included a number of enhancements to the geometry classes and
>> sketch handlers. One particularly nice addition (in my opinion) is
>> geometry.distanceTo for all geometry types. I'll tease out this change
>> and others to create specific tickets.
>> If others are interested in snapping, see the wiki page for more details
>> . Add any comments if there are additional bits of functionality
>> that should be considered.
>>  http://dev.openlayers.org/sandbox/topp/editing/examples/snapping.html
>>  http://trac.openlayers.org/ticket/954
>>  http://trac.openlayers.org/wiki/Proposal/Snapping
> Roald de Wit
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