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Re: Center of the map and zoomingby
Camptocamp SA, Yannick Vaucher
Zoom by default is hardcoded, and when you have data zoom will fit your data.
For the default coordinates, look at the "default_extent" field on the view definition, this field is the area on which the map is centered.
default_extent = fields.Char( 'Default map extent in 900913', size=128, default='-123164.85222423, 5574694.9538936, 1578017.6490538,' ' 6186191.1800898')
'-123164.85222423, 5574694.9538936, 1578017.6490538, 6186191.1800898', is the default extent which leads you to europe. It is the coordinates of a rectangle.
Once you have data, it should set the extent to match position of your data.
For zoom level this is not implemented in version 8 of the module, you can have a look at version 9 on how it was done.
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On 22 November 2017 at 18:02, iquadro <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi actually, I use geoengine v-8. When I add a map in the form, I always have the map centered in the center of the Europe. My question is: How can I decide the center point that I show in the form ? Can I decide the zoom level too? Thanks