[OpenLayers-Dev] Bug in the 2.8 RC6? (ticket #1797)

Vivien Deparday vivien.deparday at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 11:42:07 EDT 2009

Hi Andreas,
I can still reproduce the error but it doesn't happen at every manual 
resize with the two examples. Sometimes I have to play more with 
resizing the window and the layer switcher. I found a sequence that 
makes it happen every time with the basic example from gregers  (after 
removing width and height style of the map div) :  load the page,  press 
F11, switch to google streets layer, press F11, switch back to google 
physical and there  you should have the bug. It also happens in many 
other resizing and layer switcher uses.
Let me know if you can reproduce.


Andreas Hocevar wrote:
> Hi Vivien,
> On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 6:04 AM, Vivien
> Deparday<vivien.deparday at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> sorry to talk about this ticket yet again but I still have an issue.
>> This issue can be reproduced with the example attached to the ticket
>> #1797 with Firefox 3. When clicking the button resize of the example
>> (which changes the div size and execute map.updateSize), it now works.
>> However, if you resize manually the Firefox window (by manually I mean
>> with the handle at the bottom right-hand corner or with the
>> resize/maximize button beside the close button or when you use the full
>> screen mode by pressing F11) and then switch the layer, all the tiles
>> don't get refreshed. You have to resize the window again and then it
>> works. You can also reproduce this with the example I attached to the
>> ticket #2055. In this case, the vector layer is also misaligned.
> Ok, I tried with the example attached to #1797, after removing the
> width and height styles of the map div. Works fine. Then I tried with
> the exmaple attached to #2055, modified the paths and proxy to make it
> work in my environment, and also cannot reproduce the issue.
>> Let me know if you can reproduce this issue with the two examples and if
>> you would need me to minimize my application to help solving this issue.
>> Hopefully, it's not worth delaying the release of the 2.8.
> I cannot reproduce the issue. The problem with the GMaps API is that
> their JS can change any time, so it is hard to reproduce these things
> in general. I do not think it is worth delaying the release of 2.8.
> Regards,
> Andreas.
>> Cheers,
>> Vivien
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