Hi,

I have search but nothing find until now. I search a solution to have the worldmap centering on a specific longitude. I need to represent some links between U.S.A and Asia as well U.S.A and Europe. Today, my links between U.S.A and Asia cross Europe/Africa. It's not very nice .

I have my own server with openstreetMap installed on it.

Is there any solution to do that?

Thanks a lot for all answers or ideas.

asked 31 May '13, 15:16

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Frederik Ramm 03 Jun '13, 21:47


Read the OpenLayers API docs. You're looking for setCenter.

This is not an OpenLayers help forum - they have their own support channels.

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answered 03 Jun '13, 20:10

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