MapView on load

by David Foelber » Tue, 26 Aug 2008 03:12:07 GMT


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 Hi all,

Is there a function callback for when the MapView is fully loaded
(tiles, etc), or when the projection class is valid? The problem I'm
having is that I'm loading an overlay apparently too early and it's
crashing the application when it tries to access the view's projection
class in onDraw().

Or maybe there is a way to check the projection class's validity?

Thanks!
-David
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MapView on load

by David Foelber » Tue, 26 Aug 2008 03:33:36 GMT


 Apologies, error in my code :D



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