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Hi there. Great work with the package.
However, I am having some issues with it working with Archetype. When used with Archetype :-
Is this when AngularGoogleMaps is used within an Archetype property, or when it is running along side (eg. An Archetype property is used within the same tab of the same document type as AngularGoogleMaps, but they are seperate data types from each other) ?
I've been getting the issue when using AngularGoogleMaps within an Archetype property.
Is there already a fix for this?
Sorry no fix yet for this. I do plan to take a look at this bug, but it wont be for at least the next couple of weeks.
No problem :-). Thanks for this awesome package!
Got a fix for this if you need it guys, in the source in controller.js and view.html change referenced to model.id to model.alias
Tested with and without Archetype and seems to perform correctly.
Is the source on Github? If so I'll fork it with the fix
Great stuff James, hopefully this weekend I can get all of the code into GIT so that you can update.
Did you have time to add the code to Github?
Where did you update the model.id to model.alias in controller.js and view.html? I can't seem to find the controller.js and view.html file in my website, but Google maps is working. Is it embedded in the AngularGoogleMaps.dll?
Once the project is on GitHub I can also add the PropertyValueConverter that I created.
Looks like it is embedded in the dll file. After changing the controller.js and view.html file in the souce code and replacing the dll I got it working with Archetype.
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