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This thread on the forum suggests that there is (or was in 2010) no support for Google Maps in OpenScales due to incompatible licenses.


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You can force OpenScales to force a refresh using private function refresh():void{ var date: new Date(); WMSLayer.params.setAdditionalParam("time",date.milliseconds); WMSLayer.layer.redraw(true); } Source: http://openscales.org/demo/current/ Layers>WMS 1.3.0


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I have solved this problem :) this is the code that i used :) trace(Snaps ,"Snaps" ); var i = 0 ; trace(map.featureLayers.length ,"layers count " ); trace(map.featureLayers ,"layers " ); if(markers == null){ markers= new FeatureLayer("markers"); markers.projection = ...


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@kishor, the problem you're having is due to the Flex framework not natively supporting animated GIF (it does support GIF, just not animated GIF). In other words, you won't be able to use animated GIF without going behind the back of the framework. However, it seems there are options available to you. Check out the AS3GIF library composed by Thibault Imbert ...


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There is Openscales core API documentation - quite abstract for all of this documentation: http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-core/ Openscales Core flash-10.1 http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-core-flash-10.1/ OpenScales Flex http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-fx/ others OpenScales Geometry ...


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You must create your own TMS layer and server side proxy script with crossdomain.xml package openscalesmap { import org.openscales.core.layer.TMS; import org.openscales.geometry.basetypes.Bounds; import org.openscales.geometry.basetypes.Location; import org.openscales.proj4as.ProjProjection; import flash.system.Security; public class GoogleMap extends TMS ...



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