Something changed in 2013.2.SP1 or 2013.3?

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  1. Rieni De Rijke
    Rieni De Rijke avatar
    170 posts
    Member since:
    Mar 2010

    Posted 24 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Hello
    I’m binding an image to a MapLayer based on a request to a server. Nothing is changed in that code.
    The image is not loaded each time when I use 2013.2.SP1 or 2013.3. It works every time while using 2013.2.

    This is not a constant problem, but occurs while zooming in and out between different zoom levels.
    Ex. Going from zoomlevel 18 to zoomleven 19 several times. Suddenly the image will not load.

    I’m listening to 
    RadMap1.InitializeCompleted += (Model.KartInitializeCompleted);
    RadMap1.SizeChanged += (Model.KartSizeChanged);
    RadMap1.MouseLeftButtonDown += Model.KartLeftButtonDown;
    RadMap1.MouseLeftButtonUp += Model.KartMouseLeftButtonUp;
    RadMap1.ZoomChanging += (Model.KartZoomChanging);
    RadMap1.ZoomingFinished += (Model.KartZoomingFinished);
    RadMap1.CenterChanged += Model.KartCenterChanged;
    RadMap1.PanningFinished += Model.KartPanningFinished;
    RadMap1.MouseMove += (Model.KartMouseMove);
    RadMap1.MouseDoubleClick += (Model.KartMouseDoubleClick);

    And:
    ZoomingFinished="KartZoomingFinished" 
    ZoomChanging="KartZoomChanging"

    And binding to 
    ZoomLevel="{Binding ZoomLevel, Mode=TwoWay}"

    Do you have any idea what changes can course my problems, and how to resolve them.

  2. Andrey
    Admin
    Andrey avatar
    1681 posts

    Posted 28 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Hi Rieni De Rijke,

    It is very complicated and it is hard to reproduce the problem without your solution, but using just a description you sent. Could you please open a formal support ticket and provide us with a small sample solution which reproduces it? This way we will be able to investigate it locally and get back to you with our findings.

    Best regards,
    Andrey Murzov
    Telerik
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