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I have multiple feature layers on the map, and I wish to display a different sized infoWindow for each layer.

As far as I can tell, the map has one infoWindow, which can be resized using:

map.infoWindow.resize(width,height)

Each feature layer then provides the infoTemplate which contains the Title and Content, but no sizing information (right?).

How can I show a large infoWindow when clicking on FeatureLayer1, and a small infoWindow when clicking on FeatureLayer2?

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Actually I think I figured it out.

Override the standard featureLayer onClick behaviour using:

dojo.connect(featureLayer1, "onClick", function () {
  map.infoWindow.resize(width1,height1)
});

dojo.connect(featureLayer2, "onClick", function () {
  map.infoWindow.resize(width2,height2)
});
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That should do it! Good work Steve. – Derek Swingley Feb 15 '12 at 18:52

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