[Community] PrimaGIS 0.6 new features: more wishes
Ludwig Max Brinckmann
ludwigbrinckmann at gmail.com
Wed Jul 26 22:08:46 EEST 2006
On 7/26/06, Sean Gillies <sgillies at frii.com> wrote:
> On Jul 26, 2006, at 11:06 AM, Kai Hänninen wrote:
> > Hi Ludwig
> > Ludwig Max Brinckmann wrote:
> >> I am just in the process of familiarising myself with all the new and
> >> welcome features of the upcoming Primagis 0.6 release.
> >> Nice to have are the new zoom_in and zoom_out limits.
> >> Yet for my map (http://www.yunnanexplorer.com/map) I would also
> >> like to have
> >> something you would call a maximum extent, i.e. the w,s,e, and
> >> north borders
> >> of my map beyond which the map should not be shown.
> >> My reason for this is that my map data 'peters out' beyond the
> >> limits I show
> >> in my default (initial) view, and it does not peter out in any
> >> nice way, but
> >> some data is limited by the provincial boundaries (hence the blue
> >> surrounding I normally show), others by the bbox of the map, other
> >> data is
> >> tiled together with jagged corners....so if I would allow people
> >> to pan the
> >> map out of the max extent, it just would not look nice. And while the
> >> zoom_out_max bans zooming out past the threshold, it does not stop
> >> anyone
> >> panning....
> > I agree that a maximum extent would be much more useful and that it
> > would also make the zoom_out limit redundant. I'll implement a
> > maximum extent and remove the zoom_out limit.
> > Thanks for the feedback.
> I think max out extents combined with a minimum scale denominator (or
> maximum scale) is a good combination.
> Sean Gillies
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