Question: where is layer button in mapknitter?

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by pataxte | May 06, 2020 23:52 | #23562


Mapknitter used to display a layer button in the mini menu you get for an image you have put on the map. It allowed you to put one image on top of others it overlaps with. I can't find that function anymore, just the opaque vs semi transparent option.

Any help is appreciated!



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Hmm, it looks like it should still be available via keybinding, according to the docs:

https://github.com/publiclab/Leaflet.DistortableImage/blob/main/README.md#single-image-interface-1

Q and A keys... Can you try that?

Then we need to see how to turn the button back on. @sashadev-sky do we just enable it in the constructor?

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Thanks @warren for the quick reply! Not exactly sure of what the keybinding means in this case - I highlighted an image and tried Q & A only, and then Q & A together with control, or command or option and nothing changed. Is there another combination I should try with the Q & A keys?

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Also re #mapknitter , when I try the new cloud export function i get a teeny tiny unreadable image in both tif and jpg formats, and this is true no matter what resolution I choose, from 25 to 110 cm/pixel. Why is this occurring and what can I do to fix it? I am working on the map 2020_bean_bed, the central three knit maps only. Thx

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Also noting that i've started to track the "stacking order" issue here and made some progress: https://github.com/publiclab/Leaflet.DistortableImage/issues/649

Hope to solve it this week!


This has been solved -- https://github.com/publiclab/Leaflet.DistortableImage/issues/649 and should be published today, i hope!

Screenshot_2020-05-12_at_4.53.00_PM.png

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This is now live on MapKnitter.org, thank you!!


I see it, thanks so much for responding so fast!


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