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Second (inverted) set - would not fit with first post.

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Hello,

I created an icon package which contains symbols from the US National Park Service. There are over 250 symbols in 16 categories available in two packages - one normal and one inverted (dark).

A picture showing some of the symbols and additional information (description, source material) can be found on my website:
https://www.dfgtec.com/map-nps-symbols.html

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Discussion/New features / Re: MBTiles - center on map feature?
« on: August 23, 2011, 07:06:53 »
Yes it does work after clearing the cache!  Sorry about that - I didn't know about the cache....

Thank you for your help!

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Discussion/New features / Re: MBTiles - center on map feature?
« on: August 23, 2011, 06:52:07 »
Hello,

Testing your new update 1.10.1, I see the following:

- maps OK now (no flipping)
- info still OK

- BUT 'center on map' is broke again, seems to be flipping the sign on the latitude value

Thanks for all of your work, will understand if you just want to remove 'center on map' feature for MBTiles

Thanks,

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Discussion/New features / Re: MBTiles - center on map feature?
« on: August 21, 2011, 06:37:26 »
Hello,

Downloaded the new 1.10.0 version and did some testing:

1) 'Center on map' feature seems to work- thanks!
2) 'Information' dialog looks great - thanks!

3) BUT, this version has added big problems with mbtiles map - using the same Washington, DC test map, the tiles seem to get flipped around as you zoom in:

This one looks OK:


Tiles are flipped:


Tiles are flipped:


Please let me know if you need any other information.

Thanks,

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Discussion/New features / Re: MBTiles - center on map feature?
« on: August 13, 2011, 20:50:53 »
Hello,

I saw that this was added to the lasted release, 1.9.7 - thank you!   While testing I found a problem, I can't tell for sure but it seems like the sign (+/-) of the latitude is getting flipped.

Here is a small (3 MB) file for testing:

http://http://www.miscjunk.org/forum/washtest.mbtiles

It's a small map of Washington D.C. (USA) but when selecting "Center Map" it puts the map off of the coast of South America (from switching to OpenStreetMap to see where the pointer is at).

Thank you,

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Implemented / Ideas for MBTile map handling
« on: August 12, 2011, 02:45:12 »
For MBTile maps, in the "Personal" tab of the "Map manager":

1) use the name field (from the metadata table) as the name in the map list instead of the filename

2) when selecting an MBTile map, in the pop-up menu ("Center map", "Delete", etc.) add an "About" option to display information from the metadata table - at least the description and version.

Thanks,

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Discussion/New features / Re: MBTiles - center on map feature?
« on: August 08, 2011, 04:41:30 »
Quote from: "menion"
So will be in next release
Sounds great!

I found/purchased Locus specifically because it supported MBTiles - thanks for the great feature.

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Discussion/New features / MBTiles - center on map feature?
« on: August 07, 2011, 01:37:55 »
When selecting a MBTiles personal map there is no option to "Center Map" (move the view to the center of the map).  This can be done with maps that have been downloaded.  Is there any other way to "center map" with a MBTile map?  

Thanks,

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