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it also works without needing GEvent google.maps.event.addListenerOnce(openlayersMap.baseLayer.mapObject, 'tilesloaded', function(){ alert("Map Loaded!"); } );


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i'm not sure why .disableMouseEvents() stopped working after 3.9, but you can use map.setInfoWindowOnClick() instead. here's a working sample.


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This sample may help you. I don't think you should need disableMouseEvents or disableMapEvents. I was able to use this to keep map click events separate from selecting features and managed to build a few other things on as well. The initSelectToolbar function runs once after clicking the button and then finishes after selecting features (but I think drawing ...



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