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"add a note": Show popup on hover #4876

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openstreetmap-trac opened this issue Jul 23, 2021 · 2 comments
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"add a note": Show popup on hover #4876

openstreetmap-trac opened this issue Jul 23, 2021 · 2 comments

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@openstreetmap-trac openstreetmap-trac commented Jul 23, 2021

Reporter: malenki
[Submitted to the original trac issue database at 3.01am, Sunday, 9th June 2013]

(split from #4850)

The functionality at the original OpenStreetBugs site to have a look at the popups by just hovering over the red + I find it much more convenient than the how "add a note" on osm.org works at the moment: here you have to click on the marker to see the note.

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@openstreetmap-trac openstreetmap-trac commented Jul 23, 2021

Author: TomH
[Added to the original trac issue at 11.07pm, Monday, 10th June 2013]

There's a couple of problems with this...

The first is that the interaction of this and the autopanning of the map to make space for the popup is quite distracting - every time you go near a marker you run the risk of the map suddenly moving so that the popup can show.

The second is that, as things stand, leaflet doesn't cope well at all because the mouseover fires and I open the popup, which causes the map (and marker) to move, which causes the mouseout to fire, which causes the popup to disappear again...

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@openstreetmap-trac openstreetmap-trac commented Jul 23, 2021

Author: malenki
[Added to the original trac issue at 7.02pm, Monday, 26th August 2013]

Doesn't autopanning should only start when the popup is so large it doesn't fit to the map?[[BR]]
openstreetbugs.org behaves this way and is quite comfortable to use (yes, it uses OL).

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