Hi to all,

I need to fit the whole world in a screen like as image1.alt text

I have tried as map.fitWorld().zoomIn(), But it shows some extra location(area) like as image2.alt text

Also tried as noWrap:true , It shows single map correclty, But the alignment not good in min zoom levels, refer image3 alt text

Kindly help me to show whole world image only in a screen.

EDIT:

tileSize : 300

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asked 24 Aug '15, 11:07

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edited 25 Aug '15, 06:38


In web Mercator projection the world is square, sorry.....

or put different: either you need a different monitor, or you will have to use a custom projection (which will likely not work very well).

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answered 24 Aug '15, 19:47

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edited 24 Aug '15, 19:49

@SimonPoole : Thanks for your suggestion. What about tileSize property? I increased tile size 256 to 300. But some part of map not shown.(screenshot added above)

(25 Aug '15, 06:35) Rajavelu_M

Both the projected globe and the tiles are square (-> w:h=1) in standard web Mercator projection. Most screens and therefore windows shown on them are rectangular, typically with a width to height ratio between 4:3 and 16:9. To fit the world seemlessly in to such a window you either need to distort the tiles horizontally or use a projection that fits better.

See http://www.progonos.com/furuti/MapProj/Dither/TOC/cartTOC.html , https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Map_projection , https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Map_projection ,

(26 Aug '15, 08:21) SimonPoole ♦
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