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05/06/2014 at 2:55 pm #290485MitchParticipant
Remember that Map plugin that I used until Locate (or the other) comes about, where I added the shortcode to the Info metabox on a record?
Well it looks like that may cause a problem? I get the following error:
Warning: you have included the Google Maps API multiple times on this page. This may cause unexpected errors. main.js:54
Uncaught InvalidValueError: setMap: not an instance of Map; and not an instance of StreetViewPanorama
This only seems to happen when the one record that has that other plugin shortcode activated is listed in the results.
And whenever that listing is on the results, all records jump to the top of the page when you click Open Map, and the mapmarker is not there once the map is opened.
I pass this along as a plugin conflict, not sure if it is fixable, as I understand its not really intended use to have the other plugin shortcode in a connections window. It was just the only workaround I could come up with the resolve the multiple address/mapPOI situation.
Any ideas would be great, otherwise I’ll just wait patiently as you work on your next iteration of the maps feature.
Thanks.05/06/2014 at 8:04 pm #290517Steven ZahmKeymaster
On the Connections : Settings admin page under the Advanced tab there is a setting that disables the Google Maps API that Connections enqueues. Try toggling that function. It’ll work as long as the other plugin loads the API before Connections needs it. If it loads after, it will not solve the problem. Any way, give it a go and let me know.05/07/2014 at 3:28 am #290525MitchParticipant
That didn’t resolve it so I just took a big leap in another direction.
I installed a plugin I’ve been testing on the sandbox – Plugin Organizer – awesome stuff. I set the MapPress plugin to NOT work on the url/connectionshome/ page and all children pages, then excepted the one specific URL/child page that contained the MapPress code mashup in the connections info box so it worked. Voila.
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