Airports POI layer in version 35/web: many airports invisible
this is a section of the airports POI layer, iphone app, v35.3.4:
here in the web site, same version, Chrome/MacOS:
the challenge: in the second screenshot, find the airports displayed clearly in the first screenshot
bonus credits given for finding Aviano Air base, Treviso, Istrana, Portoroz, Montfalcone (LIPA LIPH LIPS LJPZ LIPQ) ;)
one needs to hover directly over the airport which raises the popup
My suggestion would be to revert to the constant-size ring display as before or fix the icon (enlarge and color by VFR/IFR status)
what is the algorithm for displaying a ring versus an aircraft icon?
the first screenshot at least displays the airports well, but in the case of Udine I do not understand what the extra aircraft icon is meant to convey
what would make sense (provided the underlying data supports this): distinguish civilian and military airports visually
Korina Administrator last edited by Korina
@mhaberler Hello, if I look at the map with the same overlay (Fog) and selected POI airports, I can see airports clearly -
Do you have any special setting in the browser, that all the airports are missing from the map?
The airplane icon means that you saved that particular airport to your Favorites, this is why it is shown on map like this.
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@mhaberler Hello, you have deleted your last reply, is it valid?
@korina I checked with all my platforms, and it turns out that this error ONLY shows on Chrome/MacOS arm64 - I have this versions:
- Chrome Version 104.0.5083.0 (Offizieller Build) dev (arm64)
- MacOS 12.5 beta arm64
All the following combinations work as you described:
MacOS 12.5 beta arm64
- Safari Version 15.5 (176220.127.116.11.2)
- Firefox 101.0 (64-Bit)
- Brave: Version 1.39.111 Chromium: 102.0.5005.61 (Offizieller Build) (arm64)
- Chrome Version 102.0.5005.63 (Official Build) (64-bit)
- Firefox 101.0 (64-Bit)
- Microsoft Edge
Version 102.0.1245.30 (Official build) (64-bit)
MacOS Big Sur x86 11.6.4 (20G417)
- Chrome Version 102.0.4972.0 (Offizieller Build) dev (x86_64)
so I think I hit bleeding edge issues with the Apple M1/Chrome combo
let's disregard for now, will have an eye on it and report if things improve
happy to do/forward console debugging if anyone is interested
@mhaberler Is there any error message in the error console? Also have you tried the graphic compatibility mode in settings?
no errors displayed
graphic compatibility mode on/off has no effect
I also reset any flags in chrome://flags - no change
NB I am running a beta version of MacOS (Monterey 12.5 Beta (21G5027d))
anybody with an Apple M1 around who can try to reproduce?
@mhaberler Hello, is there anything else that does not work, such as 3D globe or other POIs?
@korina no, none I could discern of
I'm happy to do a shared skype screen if deemed useful
@mhaberler Hello, our developer tested your configuration and there was no issue. Since it is BETA, bug like this may appear. If more users complain about this, we may take some action.
rittels Code contributor | Premium last edited by rittels
I am now having the same issue.
::afterpseudoelement with the poi data-value is not inserted in the poi div. Only happens on chrome. (v 103.0.5060.114). Not edge, firefox, brave. I reinstalled chrome.
Chrome (updated) on a different machine is fine.
Driving me crazy.
marekd Administrator last edited by
Hey guys. Finaly, we are able to reproduce the issue and working on the fix. Thanks for great report and all your help!
marekd Administrator last edited by marekd
Really weird bug. It is fixed now, but it does not make any sense. Thanks again for pointing it out.