positron96 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 12 08:24:05 BST 2012
It is good to know that work on the project is continuing.
New features are cool, but I have some suggestions.
First, it's not that obvious to have tools in right-click (or
long-press) menu, as well as having tools divided into 2 parts: tools that
are big green buttons and tools that are somewhere in hidden drop-down
menu. I think it's better to make some *visible *toolbar or visible
drop-down list to select a tool (like that map source selection list)
Also, the design is not very well suited for small screens. I've tried at
Android's Opera mobile (with 4" screen), and buttons and tip are way bigger
that standard UI elements, thay could be made smaller while still being
Thanks for the projectbtw, I hope it will become great useful tool.
I somehow reached a "Get directions" feature, but did not understand how I
did it. Is it good?
On Sunday, August 12, 2012, Aleksandra Milanovic <
sandraa.milanovic at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> can you give me an opinion on the latest changes I've made on my GSoC
> project (http://sandra-milanovic.github.com/OpenStreetMapWidget/) ?
> Additional options are in the right click (longpress for mobile) menu.
> If you have some difficulties, please share them with me.
> On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 9:43 PM, Claudius <claudius.h at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Am 19.06.2012 09:06, Matthias Meisser:
>>> Great idea Sandra,
>>> at FF13 there seem to be a little bug, that you can't pan the map, when
>>> you try to grab them in the upper area of the map (where the buttons are
>>> on the right), as the browser trys to select the buttons.
>> Reason for that is the "width: 80%;" statement in the #toolbar CSS
>> No idea why you actually need to define the toolbar width. Scales well
>> without, but I haven't tested cross-browser.
>> talk mailing list
>> talk at openstreetmap.org
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> talk at openstreetmap.org
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