Roy

Atlanta, GA

fws.gov/southeast/rioloco

Age: 25

I'm a GIS Specialist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service in Atlanta, GA.

Latest Projects:

http://www.fws.gov/southeast/rioloco/ https://github.com/rhewitt22/RioLoco https://github.com/rhewitt22/FishSamplingScripts

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comment JavaScript variable not evaluating in Jekyll include
It looks like leaflet.awesome-markers.js is only being loaded on the index page for some reason. I should be able to iron it out from here; thanks for your help
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revised JavaScript variable not evaluating in Jekyll include
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comment JavaScript variable not evaluating in Jekyll include
Really, really strange. This fixed my issue on the index.html page where I rattle of the last 5 blog posts. When I click on the post to go to the post-specific page I get the same error Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'icon' of undefined despite using the exact same javascript to process the page.
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comment JavaScript variable not evaluating in Jekyll include
Yes, leaflet.awesome-markers.js is conditionally loaded just before the block of javascript above. If I replace feature.properties.icon with the string "home" the plugin works fine.
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comment How do I export symbology to ArcGIS Online?
@brichins You can upload an image to "My Content" in AGOL. It'll host your marker symbol in the cloud and give you a URL to reference it by.
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comment Using ArcGIS Online Base Maps without Esri Software?
These TOS change quite frequently. Updated link to Human Readable TOS as of 5/22/14 (last updated 5/7/14).
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comment Simulate a click event on FeatureLayer in ESRI JavaScript API
That's almost identical to what I had from the start. Just rolled back my original post. I'm not sure how the outFields or spatialRelationship are relevant here, but I tried what you have. Unfortunately no selection is made, and no error is presented in the console.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on QGIS display does not reflect projection
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comment Simulate a click event on FeatureLayer in ESRI JavaScript API
@Matej Yes -- I'm trying to fire a click event on the map that would select a point from my feature layer. It will be a visual indication that the application state has changed. I thought the FeatureLayer.selectFeatures() method would do the trick, which is why I brought in a query to begin with. If this is all wrong please point me in the right direction.
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comment Simulate a click event on FeatureLayer in ESRI JavaScript API
@Matej Thanks -- that cleared some things up. I'm able to access the first point in the callback functions of the queryTask.execute() method. I'm still a bit confused how to actually activate the selection. See updated code above.
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