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Dark Side

PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 1:02 pm
by javor
Is there a dark map or a night mode map for wpfmap control ?

Re: Dark Side

PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:55 am
by Bernd Welter
Hello Javor,

the colors used in a map profile are defined by the rendering profile. Though we offer various standard profiles it looks like there's no PTV standard profile for nightly usage available so far.

The mechanisms behind the generic render profile is described here:
http://xserver.ptvgroup.com/fileadmin/f ... nPage.html#VisibleGreenZones%3FTocPath%3DTechnical%2520Concepts%7CAbout%2520Legacy%2520Profiles%7CPTV%2520xMap%7CF.A.Q.%7C_____1

May I ask what the usecase behind the question is? Do you want to build a navigation software?

Best regards,
Bernd

xmap.profile.default.PNG
Default profile
xmap.profile.sandbox.PNG
Sandbox profile
xmap.profile.silkysand.PNG
Silkysand profile

Re: Dark Side

PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 4:46 pm
by Bernd Welter
Hello Javor,

just received feedback from product management. Unfortunately there's not enough potential for such a profile and so it won't be provided.

Best regards,
Bernd

Re: Dark Side

PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:59 pm
by Oliver Heilig
Hi Javor,

Though there are two options for the WPF-Control. You can test them at https://github.com/ptv-logistics/xservernet-bin.

1. You can make the Tile-Layer semi-opaque and set the background of the control to black (sample CustomLayout).
Dimmer.png


2. Use the control with xServer-2. xMapServer-2 provides two new basemap-profiles: "blackmarble" and "silica" (sample XSTwo).
BlackMarble.png


Best Regards,
Oliver