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So you now know that and I'll show you an excellent way to rescue yourself in future. Voransicht des Buches » Was andere dazu sagen-Rezension schreibenEs wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.Ausgewählte SeitenTitelseiteInhaltsverzeichnisIndexInhaltIntroduction 1 Add Hardware 11 Administrative Tools 17 All Programs Menu 26 AutoComplete 35 Backup 42 Character Map Thanks for your time. 03-Oct-2010,00:56 #2 caf4926 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Global Moderator Join Date Jun 2008 Location The English Lake District. PR #4979 was meant just to prevent the webpack build error message (due to missing file), it does not look to handle at all the actual image path resolution.

This is _detectIconPath _detectIconPath: function () { var el = L.DomUtil.create('div', 'leaflet-default-icon-path', document.body); var path = L.DomUtil.getStyle(el, 'background-image') || L.DomUtil.getStyle(el, 'backgroundImage'); // IE8 document.body.removeChild(el); return path.indexOf('url') === 0 ? That's the way React (dev builds) helps developers to identify problems. then I define a customDefault for icons this.customDefault = L.icon({ iconUrl: 'images/marker-icon.png', shadowUrl: 'images/marker-shadow.png', }); and use that wherever L.marker([latitude, longitude], { icon: this.customDefault }).addTo(map); jampy commented Jan 16, 2017 @ajoslin103 http://materializecss.com/icons.html erredeco commented Jun 23, 2015 I am using the previous version (and the same version in both the enviroments) but the problem is about the different behavior between Windows and

Can't seem to work it out. Now I can't even reset them to the default icon. Change the 185 to the index of the icon you want to use for normal status. #1 PortaHouse View Profile View Posts 12 Oct, 2014 @ 3:40am Yes Yanfly's Ace Battle var customDefault = L.icon({ iconUrl: 'images/marker-icon.png', shadowUrl: 'images/marker-shadow.png', }); 👍 1 beetleskin referenced this issue in ternaris/marv Nov 29, 2016 Open BUG: marker image broken for point geometry #8 crob611

All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. Now with the help of SevenForums article How to change default folder icons:... Dogfalo closed this Jun 26, 2015 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. var path = this.options.imagePath || L.Icon.Default.imagePath; return path.indexOf("data:") === 0 ?

erredeco commented Jun 23, 2015 @carlosperate please close: you were right: the fonts were different. the code that @ajoslin103 is using : iconUrl: 'images/marker-icon.png', shadowUrl: 'images/marker-shadow.png', }); ajoslin103 commented Dec 18, 2016 I did not modify the leaflet.js file, I just copied the marker images up These are the only locations that I am aware of with exception of the theme file. Change View User Tools About Us Advertise What's New Random Page Premium Connect with Wowhead: Featured Game Sites Hearthhead Lolking TF2Outpost DayZDB DestinyDB Esohead Database Sites Wowhead LolKing DayZDB DestinyDB D3head

The below errors were found.• 1 file had a duplicate ID that was repaired.! ! • 17 files had a directory entry with an incorrect text encoding value that was repaired.! All these match the one pictured. Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2017 GitHub, Inc. Until this is fixed I've copied the images out to my source folder and am using a custom marker -- omitting size/placement info seems to be ok...

Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Kde writes the file ~/.gtkrc-2.0-kde4 and reads the settings from there. Just a question: with the new method of adding the icons: stay_primary_landscape you will end with a lot of "nonsense" text inside your page ("stay_primary_landscape") that will be indexed by Am I right?

ajoslin103 commented Dec 18, 2016 I create the custom icon in my constructor (I'm using the Aurelia framework) this.customDefault = L.icon({ iconUrl: 'images/marker-icon.png', shadowUrl: 'images/marker-shadow.png', }); Then I use it when You signed out in another tab or window. In the config for that script there is a line that by default says "BATTLESTATUS_NO_ACTION_ICON = 185". Code: cat /usr/share/applications/MozillaFirefox.desktop [Desktop Entry] X-SuSE-translate=true Categories=Network;WebBrowser;X-Ximian-Main;X-Ximian-Toplevel;GTK; Encoding=UTF-8 Name=Firefox GenericName=Web Browser Comment=Web Browser TryExec=firefox Exec=firefox %u Icon=firefox Terminal=false StartupNotify=true MimeType=text/html;text/xml;application/xhtml+xml;application/vnd.mozilla.xul+xml;text/mml;application/x-xpinstall; Type=Application I'm not sure that KDE uses that file to start

one folder is still kind of glitchy... I don't really know. I'm pretty much just ready to reset my whole system, but I'd prefer if I didn't have to. Recent Upgrade to Windows 8.1What I have Tried:1.

Please type your message and try again.            Adamite Level 1 (0 points) Q: OSX Partition won't mount, Permission seem wrong Hi All,I have looked and looked to solve but I suggested restoring using a system restore point- as you've not commented on that I guess it wasn't an option for you. Shows same as the task manager.

So a marker now look like this: @IvanSanchez does this help you a bit narrowing down the issue? 👍 3 Member perliedman commented Oct 17, 2016 @codeofsumit would be nice

Leaflet makes a "complex" path detection to images, which must be in a pre-defined place compared to the CSS file. But at least, it gives you an idea where FreeDesktop (the standard used by KDE) is looking for icons. 03-Oct-2010,01:34 #6 please_try_again View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View As Leaflet 1.0.0 is a major release, I guess there is no commitment for backward compatibility. Which why I'm curious as to know the circumstances this can be reproduced, so we can make unit tests against those.

I read that you could change your default icons by going into to registry and I did just that. RafaelSalguero commented Jan 6, 2017 Same issue here, the detectIconPath function returns http://localhost:8080/2273e3d8ad9264b7daa5bdbf8e6b47f8.png") for the path url("http://localhost:8080/2273e3d8ad9264b7daa5bdbf8e6b47f8.png") ajoslin103 commented Jan 16, 2017 it's far from ideal, but I use webpack and Code: pixmap_path "/usr/local/share/themes/niglo-common/gtk-2.0" gtk-icon-theme-name = "Human" It's just an example, as you don't have those pixmaps. 03-Oct-2010,13:07 #7 southernyankee View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join I've tried...

It seems that this firefox icon is a problem with any icon theme that I use. The workaround will need do to be adjusted in case Leflet does (or will in future) require other icons in a similar way (perhaps for other components - I don't know). My PC updated a couple days ago and some of the custom icons I selected (through folder properties) show the "bad link" image now. Not even talking about the cost to non-webpack users.

If I add markers to the map, the images aren't found. Computer Type: PC/Desktop OS: Windows 10 Quote StonneWaall Posts : 2 Windows 10 New 24 Sep 2016 #6 I wonder if it's not anything you did, but related to the Now everything works for the default marker icon - not sure about custom ones. Reload to refresh your session.

Many here recommend Macrium Reflect (free) as a good robust solution and more reliable than some others. Demo: http://playground-leaflet.rhcloud.com/nexo/1/edit?html,css,output With this approach, you get rid of any tricky RegExp, and the default marker images are inlined (by hard coding), which is one of Webpack intended result for small