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How to use gb.map ".AddPolyLine( )" method ?

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Hello,

is it possible a very simple example of
MapView1.Map.AddShape(".....").AddPolyLine(.......) Method ?

Regards

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Re: How to use gb.map ".AddPolyLine( )" method ?

Fabien Bodard-4
Hi Vuott,

First, Thank you for using my code... It need user and reports o be
debugged and inprooved.

So by making an example i've just find i never use polyline :-) ... so
i've not see that polyline simply not work.
This is corrected in the last svn. (I've also remove a bad visual
thing in the back zoom)

Yes i know that component really nee doc as it is quite complexto
unerstand. Even if i've do all my possible to make it simpler.

Public Sub Form_Open()


  Dim hPolyLine As New MapPoint[]
  MapView1.Map.AddTile("GoogleMap",
"https://khms{s}.google.fr/kh/v={version}&src=app&x={x}&y={y}&z={z}&s=Galile",
["version": "702"]).SubDomains = ["0", "1", "2"]
  MapView1.Map["GoogleMap"].Visible = True


  With MapView1.Map.AddShape("Poly")

    hPolyLine = [MapPoint(48.457454, -4.638139), MapPoint(51.123363,
2.217329), MapPoint(48.921609, 8.106001), MapPoint(43.833550,
7.666547),
    MapPoint(42.487303, 3.008345), MapPoint(43.324192, -1.825640)]



    .AddPolyLine("Section 1", hPolyLine)


  End With



End


gb.map was a try to have a tool OffLine. So if you add a cache name in
the addtile call he map is auto magically cached and usable of line.

Then the mapview class is just a dynamic call to the composer class
Map. The advantage is i can use map everywhere for static catch like
in a printed report (this was my goal first).

gb.map can show every kind of map (near)





2016-10-30 18:04 GMT+01:00 Gianluigi <[hidden email]>:

> Relaunch this request from Ru Vuott:
>
> Hello,
>
> is it possible a very simple example of
> MapView1.Map.AddShape(".....").AddPolyLine(.......) Method ?
>
> Regards
>
> vuott
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Re: How to use gb.map ".AddPolyLine( )" method ?

ingo
Hi Fabien,
the gb.map works very well. Thank you for this.
But I have questions about AddPolyLine:

1) The AddPolyLine() always draws the outline of polygon. Is it possible to have only lines with an 'open end'?
I tried to set the last Mappoint to the same values as the next-to-last Mappoint. That does'nt help.

2) Can I manipulate the thickness of the line?

Thank you in advance.
Ingo
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Re: How to use gb.map ".AddPolyLine( )" method ?

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2017-05-14 20:26 GMT+02:00 ingo <[hidden email]>:
> Hi Fabien,
> the gb.map works very well. Thank you for this.
> But I have questions about AddPolyLine:
>
> 1) The AddPolyLine() always draws the outline of polygon. Is it possible to
> have only lines with an 'open end'?
> I tried to set the last Mappoint to the same values as the next-to-last
> Mappoint. That does'nt help.

you are right i've done a misstake. i use the paint.polygone to draw
the polyline. oups


>
> 2) Can I manipulate the thickness of the line?

I can add this but it will be only on the svn version first.

>
> Thank you in advance.
> Ingo
>
>
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Re: How to use gb.map ".AddPolyLine( )" method ?

Fabien Bodard-4
This is done in the last revision. So you can use the polyline to draw
endless line worms and change the line thinkness.

map["MyShapeLayer"][MyObject].LineWidth

Or for all layer objects (default Value =2):

Map["MyShapeLayer"].LineWidth


2017-05-16 22:01 GMT+02:00 Fabien Bodard <[hidden email]>:

> 2017-05-14 20:26 GMT+02:00 ingo <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi Fabien,
>> the gb.map works very well. Thank you for this.
>> But I have questions about AddPolyLine:
>>
>> 1) The AddPolyLine() always draws the outline of polygon. Is it possible to
>> have only lines with an 'open end'?
>> I tried to set the last Mappoint to the same values as the next-to-last
>> Mappoint. That does'nt help.
>
> you are right i've done a misstake. i use the paint.polygone to draw
> the polyline. oups
>
>
>>
>> 2) Can I manipulate the thickness of the line?
>
> I can add this but it will be only on the svn version first.
>
>>
>> Thank you in advance.
>> Ingo
>>
>>
>>
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Re: How to use gb.map ".AddPolyLine( )" method ?

ingo
Hi Fabien,
thankx for the answer and the very fast implementation.

I found a workaround in the meantime. Using the draw event of the MapView let me draw lines with Paint.
But I will check the new gb.map class.

Salut
Ingo
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Re: How to use gb.map ".AddPolyLine( )" method ?

Fabien Bodard-4
you can use the map.MapPointToPixelRel ( hMapPoint As MapPoint )
function to get directly the position on the draw area.



2017-05-17 10:02 GMT+02:00 ingo <[hidden email]>:

> Hi Fabien,
> thankx for the answer and the very fast implementation.
>
> I found a workaround in the meantime. Using the draw event of the MapView
> let me draw lines with Paint.
> But I will check the new gb.map class.
>
> Salut
> Ingo
>
>
>
>
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