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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
11
comment Can Openlayers style vector polygons with every vertex of the polygon represented as a small circle or dot?
You can do this but it would not be simple. I would start with some of the functions inside the edit polygon tool. It performs this visualization, but you would have to repurpose it.
Nov
6
comment OpenLayers: Strange Tiling Issue (Checkered, white and grey) when panning around map
I would need some code samples of the map and layer creation to be sure.
Nov
6
answered OpenLayers: Strange Tiling Issue (Checkered, white and grey) when panning around map
Nov
6
comment OpenLayers: Strange Tiling Issue (Checkered, white and grey) when panning around map
I missed openlayers in the title. I was asking because there is a CSS transition bug in most webkit versions that will return from the fade in transition before the opacity is all the way gone, leaving you with weird tiles. I am going to post an answer below on that issue.
Nov
4
accepted Openlayers panel control editing after initialization
Nov
4
comment OpenLayers: Strange Tiling Issue (Checkered, white and grey) when panning around map
What library and what rendering engine are you using?
Nov
4
answered How to deactive Vector Selection In OpenLayers wms features
Nov
4
answered Openlayer is very slow when using WKT Multipolygon with a large number of Points
Sep
16
comment How can I create a multi layer exportable file (.xcf .psd) from multiple raster image in QGIS?
I would recommend geospatial PDF, although I am not sure about the abilities of QGIS when it comes to PDFs.
Sep
6
awarded  Commentator
Sep
6
comment Application of GIS in passive and agent defence
I would think that the determining factor in choosing passive vs active defense would be immediate risk. Were occupied France would have a high immediate risk and there for require active defense, such as a pill box. The real take home is that passive defense can be a standalone doctrine, but active defense must have both active and passive ideals used in order to work. You can put in pill boxes to stop people but you must also apply passive doctrine to protect the river or power plant.
Sep
5
awarded  Yearling
Sep
5
comment Application of GIS in passive and agent defence
Only answered with doctrine because the question specifically referenced military bases and the positions effect on casualties in the event of attack.
Sep
5
comment Application of GIS in passive and agent defence
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Sep
5
answered Application of GIS in passive and agent defence
Sep
5
comment Is it necessary to use a third party service for serving this case?
If the implementation is slow on the images on different devices you may want to disable the Ztransform that openlayers uses on the image. You also may want to consider setting up your imagery/topos in a TMS fashion, which would allow you to store your maps in a more structured way and allow you to add higher resolution tiles arbitrarily to a file structure vice changing the image layer progromatically. After thinking about it some more the TMS route would be the best solution. You would not need a request handler as the location of the tiles is the structure.
Aug
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awarded  Critic
Aug
23
awarded  Editor
Aug
23
revised Openlayers panel control editing after initialization
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