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comment Active layer update in ArcIMS?
@artwork, it's the same one you posted here.
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comment Active layer update in ArcIMS?
@artwork, do you have an ESRI support account? If so, submit a ticket.
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comment Resize polygon along one axis
Thanks... but i really need an openlayers javascript solution.
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comment Resize polygon along one axis
I see, though i really need an openlayers javascript solution, so the user can see the resize results live and not need to go back to the server.
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comment Resize polygon along one axis
I did the affine transformation... notice how the image is ligned up properly on the map sideways...i really just need to resize the polygon's height.
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comment Resize polygon along one axis
@Mike: see Edit #1 for more details.
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comment Resize polygon along one axis
Good question, well in reality it will always be a rectangle, so YES. They are geodesic and that's why the top and bottom edges aren't (or don't look to be) the same. They are satellite swaths, so they go around the globe, but in EPSG:4326 they go up and down in wavy lines.