OK - I'll give it a go. Thanks John
If you pan the map so that the Street View pegman is no longer visble, you can drag him from his docking point again (he doesn't look like he's there but if you start dragging he will appear!).
When in split screen mode, sometimes the little streetview-man is off screen.
Currently, I have to turn the split screen off and on again to make him reappear.
How about a button to summon him into view ? Or a key ?
Yes, I thought that might be an issue. What if you locked the replay to a slower speed would that work? I think this would be a very powerful addition!
Automatic refresh of street view during route playback insn't currenlty feasible, as internet connections aren't fast enough to download the images in time.
I have already created a route and I want to replay the route with the split screen showing street view. When I hit the start button will the street view be showing at the same speed as that of the advancing cursor?
Hi Glenn - glad you like this feature. Yes, the Street View will automatically refresh as you plot your route when in split-screen mode, so you can see the road ahead. It won’t change if you drag the map, but you can manually choose a new Street view by dragging the pegman (below to zoom buttons) onto a new road.
You can see a demo of this in action here: https://youtu.be/jSwEHdJ6l7Q
I love the look of the Street View Split Screen! Well done!
But I was wondering if you could clarify how it works, exactly.
I was wondering whether the street view and the map will operate in sync so that when you start the route, the street view will automatically follow the route as the cursor follows the route or must you drag the cursor all around the route, manually.
That's odd, as it works OK here, as you can see in the demo video. Can you give me an example of a route you plotted where this happens? Also, can you let me know what browser you are using please and which Map Type and Auto-Plot settings you have selected?
I think there may be a bug in this feature; certainly for me I always see an image at right angles to the road ahead; ie I am always looking at a hedge or the like. Happy to send some screenshots / route examples for you to look at. Please advise?