Extended maps & google little yellow man

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8 years 2 days ago #7633 by Franco
I would like to add the street view little yellow man in the map control bar/zoom.

Will you be so kind to help me add the code/script to the extended maps html template file?

Regards and thanks in advance

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8 years 2 days ago #7634 by Vince Wooll
I've never tried it, however Googling streetview comes up with this page

so I'd expect you'd need to open extended_maps.html, then follow these instructions :

Create a container (usually a <div> element) to hold the Street View Flash® viewer.
Create a GStreetviewPanorama object and place it within the container.
Initialize the Street View object to refer to a specific location and display an initial "point of view" (POV).
Handle unsupported browsers by checking for the 603 error value.

If you see you'll see a simple example, I'd expect you'd need to add the new javascript, which would look similar to:

var fenwayPark = new GLatLng(42.345573,-71.098326);
panoramaOptions = { latlng:fenwayPark };
myPano = new GStreetviewPanorama(document.getElementById("pano"), panoramaOptions);
GEvent.addListener(myPano, "error", handleNoFlash);

after where it says


in the extended maps template.

I've never tried this, I could be completely wrong, maybe somebody who's done it will come along and point out any problems with it.

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