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multiple track markers not separating in Track Library

When multiple track markers are very close together on the Track Library map zooming in will not separate them. If this happens there is no way to access the tracks.

In the attached sample at the final level of zoom the multiple track marker disappears without being replaces by the individual track markers.

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We've recently made two changes to the route lab to prevent this issue from happening:

  • When it's not possible to zoom in any further, track markers will always be separated
  • When track markers would be placed at exactly the same position, we'll move them just a little bit away from each other to allow you to click on them

Afon Col-huw, the attached sample, will now show something like this when you zoom in:


Kind regards,

Joris Pelgröm

Developer MyRoute-app



Yes, they seperate, it take some time, maby are the coordinaties exactly the same.

That's not happening in the example I gave; look for "Afon Col-huw".

also look at another pair in Newport (south Wales).

A pair in the center of the "Isle of White" behave exactly as you describe taking about 5 seconds to split or merge.

I suspect this is as you say it can't handle them being in exactly the same place.

Okay, we try to fix it, but take a lttle time, it is not priori.

Answer

We've recently made two changes to the route lab to prevent this issue from happening:

  • When it's not possible to zoom in any further, track markers will always be separated
  • When track markers would be placed at exactly the same position, we'll move them just a little bit away from each other to allow you to click on them

Afon Col-huw, the attached sample, will now show something like this when you zoom in:


Kind regards,

Joris Pelgröm

Developer MyRoute-app


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