Ticket #283 (new Bug report)

Opened 11 years ago

Last modified 11 years ago

Google map points are a bit off

Reported by: Gabe Sawhney <gabe@…> Owned by: fproulx
Priority: low Milestone:
Component: Auth server, Other Version:
Keywords: Cc:

Description

The pins in the Google Map show up a few pixels too low -- this isn't a problem when you're zoomed in enough, but it can cause major confusion when you're zoomed out. To see the problem in action, centre on a point, then zoom in -- it'll appear to drift northwards (relative to the map). Zoom out, and it seems to drift south. Same thing on both the WT and ISF auth servers.

Change History

Changed 11 years ago by fproulx

It might be that they slightly changed the behavior of the markers. We might need to recreate the marker images so that the pin it centered on the point.

Changed 11 years ago by gsawhney

I started changing random values in wifidog/js/hotspots_status_map.js until I found what I think is correct. Each of the lines in the // Init marker icons section ends with new GPoint(10, 20), new GPoint(10, 1));. I changed the "20" to "32" and now it looks much more accurate.

Changed 11 years ago by Miko

What does the google map thing mean when it shows the point but its just a round circle, nothing else??

Changed 11 years ago by benoitg

  • owner set to fproulx
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