|multiple routes on map?||Jon Grubb||3/8/10 4:27 AM|
Hi folks. I'm building a web site for a non-profit rescued pet
transport group called "On The Road Again"(OTRA) Pet Transport. Using
V3 for map rendering. Site is http://otrapettransport.org/ . Home page
pulls up a map of the US. Notice that there is a green route showing a
transport from Huntsville, AL to Boston, MA. Unfortunately, there are
actually TWO routes. There is a blue route from Bakersfield, CA to
Vancouver BC that doesn't get displayed - unless you stop the display
loop after the first loop, then it gets displayed. Display loops are
in a the "maps.js" file.
What is the mechanism I should be using to display multiple routes on
V3 is a VERY nice package. Keep up the good work. Thanx...
|Re: multiple routes on map?||Susannah (Google Employee)||3/8/10 4:17 PM|
You should be able to create two DirectionsRenderer objects, each that
var map = new
var directionsService = new google.maps.DirectionsService;
Hope that helps,
|Re: multiple routes on map?||Jon Grubb||3/9/10 4:09 AM|
|Re: multiple routes on map?||Marvin Divo||3/17/10 7:18 AM|
I'm planning to have a lot of routs on the map and keep asking Google
Another solution I can think of is to convert (somehow)
Any other solutions/ideas?
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