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Legend MapServer 7.0.1 Label SIZE is ignored when using SIZEUNITS meters #5268

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@tbonfort tbonfort commented Aug 27, 2016

When you use SIZEUNITS meters instead of pixel in your LAYER the SIZE of your LEGEND is very small as long as you define only size. When you define MINSIZE and MAXSIZE the size is ok.

LEGEND
    STATUS ON
    KEYSIZE 30 30
    KEYSPACING 5 3  
    LABEL
        TYPE TRUETYPE
        FONT 'arial' 
        SIZE 10
        COLOR 119 179 0
    END 
END
  • example using SIZE 10
    legend_mapserv7_size10
  • Example using SIZE 100 (legend comes back with a big white extra area at the left and bottom)
    legend_mapserv7_size100
  • when you add MINSIZE and MAXSIZE the Legend SIZE is ok
LEGEND
    STATUS ON
    KEYSIZE 30 30
    KEYSPACING 5 3  
    LABEL
        TYPE TRUETYPE
        FONT 'arial' 
        SIZE 10
                MINSIZE 10
                MAXSIZE 10
        COLOR 119 179 0
    END 
END

legend_mapserv_7_size_minsize_maxsize

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jmckenna commented Sep 15, 2016

@astroidex can you confirm that thomas' fix posted here, works in your case?

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jmckenna commented Sep 19, 2016

@astroidex can you confirm that thomas' fix posted here, works in your case? Or, can you post the sample mapfile + data, so I can test?

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jmckenna commented Sep 20, 2016

@astroidex can you confirm that thomas' fix posted here, works in your case? Or, can you post the sample mapfile + data, so I can test? (I'd like to get this included in the MapServer 7.0.2 release this week)

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tbonfort commented Sep 21, 2016

applied to branch-7-0

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