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You could try using the color option for the Icon style (it might need to be a semi opaque rgba value) this.styleHomeGreen = new Style({ image: new Icon({ src: 'content/map-icons/home-green.png', color: 'red' }) }); or a style array could provide a background and an icon this.styleHomeGreen = [ new Style({ image: ...


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If you want to have an image specified to a single file, then you must use the following code: onEachFeature: function (feature, layer) { layer.bindPopup("<h1><u><font color='red'>"+feature.properties.Title+"</h1></u></font><h2>Address: "+feature.properties.Head+"</h2><p><a href='images/" + ...


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It looks like this solution is worth to use: Changing image size in JSON file after a couple forther advices I modified my code like this: onEachFeature: function (feature, layer) { layer.bindPopup("<h1><u><font color='red'>"+feature.properties.Title+"</h1></u></font><h2>Address: "+feature.properties.Head+...


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In the version 5 API: extent The extent that constrains the center, in other words, center cannot be set outside this extent. In the version 6 API: extent The extent that constrains the view, in other words, nothing outside of this extent can be visible on the map. Also your extent is twice the width and height of your image, but it should be the ...


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It appears you cannot add or remove picture elements using ArcPy. If it's acceptable you can use a work around and set the element height to 0. pict = arcpy.mapping.ListLayoutElements(mxd, "PICTURE_ELEMENT")[0] pict.elementHeight = 0 Here's a red bar picture element which disappears once I set its height to zero. It sounds like you're working outside the ...


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Conceptually I believe the answer lies in the following filter. ee.Filter.contains() , however, I have never been able to implement it correctly. Having said that, I do have a workaround. If you go to the inspector tab, and then click on the images that you are interested it (the ones that contain your ROI) you can see the WRS_PATH and WRS_ROW in the ...


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If you want you want to make the boundaries look smoother you can apply a low pass smoothing filter or a Gaussian filter using SAGA in QGIS, e.g.: To find these filters in QGIS follow this path: Processing Toolbox -> SAGA -> Raster Filter -> Gaussian filter or Simple Filter Keep in mind though that they will change your data values.


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Well I had to go back and keep searching...I had the old external hard drive I have saved over the years... I looked at the chrome bookmard I save and found this ... This is what I have been searching since I move here from New Mexico. The link to that one is : https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/products/product/mapping/can-you-read-me-now/


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Solved by Mike Mike's solution here Thanks to @Mike to his help. I put the solution that Mike did in codesandbox (just in case, in a future may not be available) index.html <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <title>Simple Map</title> <!-- The line below is only needed for old environments like Internet ...


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