First of all, thank you for the wonderful work you guys have done with this MapHub project!
My question, or request, would be to highlight the currently selected item on a map.
Here is a map I’m working on, which the purpose is to have a up to date map of the public transport of Dushanbe, the capital of Tadjikistan. (Yes, there is currently none available ) https://maphub.net/Dushanbe/dushanbe-transport-map
My problem is that the different routes are obviously overlapping, and it can be very difficult to “guess” where the currently selected route is drawn.
So my proposition would be to always put the selected item on the top layer.
And a bonus could be to highlight it so that it is even more visible!
There is already an adapted some when selecting an item, and that’s very useful, thanks!
Please let us know if that is something other people would like, and therefore something we can hope for in the future!
Just wondering if there’s been any movement/solution on this suggestion. I have a map of regions that would be made more intuitive if the item Title appears on hover (as a popover or similar). Example shown in the screenshot attached. Otherwise loving this product.
I like the idea of highlighting and a top visibility for selected items.
Two more ideas I can add:
It would be nice when you click on an item, you zoom on to it. Maybe just for polygons and lines. (the same zooming behavior as if you click the items inside the right panel)
A “Capture items” option for polygons: When activated, items inside the polygon are hidden and getting visible by clicking/selecting a polygon.
On the appearance on mouse over / hover, I have a question. How does it work, if the item pop-up/name/description comes up and hides other items behind it?
PS: I remembered a thread of mine, in which I also very shortly mentioned the top visibility for selected items. It’s about my closing habits on items and also polygons. Maybe this is for your interest: