Last Updated: 29 Nov 2016 11:17 by ADMIN
Different CSS is applied over the markers when opened in mobile device. Which enlarges the marker elements and the rendered positions appear incorrect.

The temporary fix is to reset the marker elements to their original size and position: 

 @media only screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), only screen and (min-device-pixel-ratio: 2) {
     .k-map span.k-marker{
         width: 28px;
         height: 40px;
         margin: -40px 0 0 -14px;
Last Updated: 03 Aug 2016 13:48 by Emad
Created by: matt
Comments: 5
Category: Map
Type: Feature Request

This is actually a request for the RadMap category, but that option is not listed in the "Category:" dropdownlist on this page for some reason?

The problem -- when a RadMap's marker has its tooltip visible (say, by rolling the mouse over the marker), moving the mouse over the tooltip itself does not prevent the tooltip from disappearing. Instead, when the mouse is rolled over the tooltip, the tooltip will hide itself. 

This should be changed for two reasons: 1) when a user rolls over a tooltip, it means they are interested in the tooltip's content and likely do not want it to close. 2) If you have a link inside the tooltip, it can be impossible to reach it in time before the tooltip closes. 

Lengthening the delay to closing is not a solution to this problem. Nor is enable click-to-open, click-to-close for the tooltip, since requiring clicks to open or close the tooltip is too time-consuming for quick scanning of tooltip (until the desired marker item is found).

Only keeping the tooltip visible when moused-over will resolve this issue. I can think of no reason to let the tooltip close when moused over.

Last Updated: 16 Mar 2015 14:46 by ADMIN
FeatureCollections can have a collection of features in which the GeometryCollection type provides the coordinates of multiple geometries.

The above matter should be fully supported, but in RadMap the geometries in the geometry collection does not render.
Last Updated: 16 Mar 2015 14:43 by ADMIN
When the map is set to e.g. Zoom=1 the world map shows as continued sequence of the same layout.

All markers set on the map should appear on all correct places, so that the user could zoom out and pan outside the center view port and still be able to see the markers.