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Capability: Pan and zoom a map so as to completely show the area covered by a given bounding box #158

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Malvoz opened this issue Sep 9, 2019 · 1 comment
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discussion: capability a specific capability or feature: should it be included? what details? should it be a requirement? section: client-side API Capabilities & use cases for client-side APIs status: placeholder there's a matching section heading / some text in the report, but it's far from complete

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@Malvoz Malvoz commented Sep 9, 2019

This issue is for discussion of the API capability “Pan and zoom a map so as to completely show the area covered by a given bounding box”.

@Malvoz Malvoz added discussion: capability a specific capability or feature: should it be included? what details? should it be a requirement? section: client-side API Capabilities & use cases for client-side APIs status: placeholder there's a matching section heading / some text in the report, but it's far from complete labels Sep 9, 2019
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@NickFitz NickFitz commented Aug 5, 2020

Another one where I'm wondering whether this capability should be subsumed into the more general Pan, zoom and re-centre capability?

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