MapView map elements size (e.g. street labels)

by lbendlin » Sun, 28 Mar 2010 20:11:19 GMT


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 Have a look at which tiles the Google Maps app fetches versus what the
API fetches.  You will see that they will go to different servers.

There is no rocket science here (vector based drawings etc) - all you
get are prerendered PNG picture tiles (256x256 I think, or was it
128x128?). There's no way to alter any of that prerendered content.




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