hello, Is there a way to change the order of the layers with umap ? When I made my map with umap, I managed to create my layers respecting the order I wanted them to apear (in my case, I use the map to show future meetings : each layer is a month and on each layer there are several meetings occuring in different places and different dates). But at the end, the order of the layers changed and, for example, the april layer stands before the february layer... Strange, isn't it ? do you know why ? Is it possible to change this order ? thanks a lot for your answer. manuelle

asked 23 Feb '16, 08:40

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Layers are automatically put in numero-alphabetical order.I got round the problem with a prefix(not very pretty).

For changing in the layer, I used : table/add a new property, combined with edit map settings/default properties- property used for sorting features

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answered 23 Feb '16, 14:58

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I understand your solution. Nevertheless, it is really strange because I changed the names of the layers (instead of "april" I wrote "04/2016", instead of "february", I wrote "02/2016") but the order of the layers didn't change... I still have april before february... https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/fr/map/osez-levolution-professionnelle_72498# Do you know why ? Isn't there a problem ? thanks a lot for your answer. manuelle

(03 Mar '16, 10:33) cariforefpdl

Bonjour, For me your layers have changed, and are OK.

In each layer read as 1,1 not 11. It took me a long time to understand. This is where I put in the 'table'

You might be better with http://forum.openstreetmap.fr/viewforum.php?f=19

https://github.com/umap-project/umap/issues with yohan bonface

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answered 03 Mar '16, 21:19

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edited 03 Mar '16, 21:23

could you please use the "add new comment" link (you need to be logged in before) to add new comments?

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