Hi All!

I am struggeling with the same issue. I have multiple (2-200) markers on the exact same location. I need to inform the user somehow that there are many more markers, not just the one is visible. Is there any way to "spider" the markers around the location? Like here: http://leaflet.github.io/Leaflet.markercluster/example/marker-clustering-realworld.388.html

Thanks,

rob

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Hi @robster, I have detached your question from the old one. You added it there as an answer which it clearly is not. Please always start a new question on this Q&A site.

You may want to elaborate a bit more where you try to do what you describe. You mention leaflet as an example but it is not clear if that is what you are using.

(04 Feb, 09:15) TZorn
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