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Clicking on a Marker should always set the now time, even if the marker is already selected

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asked Feb 1, 2020 in Editing by tothrec (31,840 points)
If a Marker is selected, but the cursor/now time is somewhere else, clicking on the marker should take you there, right?

If the marker is not selected, it does.

But if that marker is selected, nothing happens.

Is there a good argument against this functionality?

(Please vote)


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answered Feb 1, 2020 by tothrec (31,840 points)
A down-vote without a reason?
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answered Jun 13, 2020 by LHandley (3,490 points)
Let's say I have a marker at bar 35, another at bar 57, and the cursor position is currently at bar 2.

With no markers selected, if I click the one at bar 57, it's now selected, but I am not taken to bar 2 (where the cursor is), nor does that bring the cursor to bar 57, even if I click it again now that it is selected. Now that 57 is selected, if I click on the one at bar 35, I am also not taken to Bar 2 nor does the cursor move to bar 35.

What your suggestion seems to be saying (correct me if I'm wrong) is that if the cursor is at bar 2, and I click a marker that's NOT selected, I will be taken to bar 2, but if the marker IS currently selected, nothing happens. The thing is, it doesn't matter whether a marker is currently selected or not, clicking it doesn't take me to the current cursor location, nor is the cursor brought to the marker location.

It's that confusing aspect of your suggestion that might be the reason it was voted down. I think that no matter what, a single click on a marker should bring the cursor to that marker's location. If that was your suggestion, I would up-vote it.
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answered Jun 13, 2020 by tothrec (31,840 points)
Thank you for the thoughtful response, LH.  Yes, I think we are on the same page.

Just to make sure, I created a short video highlighting the issue/FR.

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answered Nov 2, 2020 by xpaceeightflores (180 points)

I'm using the android clustering utility on a map and succesffuly implemented an onclick listener with mClusterManager.setOnClusterItemClickListener() for all the markers handled by the clustering library.

Because I also want some markers to always be unclustered, I also add some markers without using the mClusterManager but directly using the map's mMap.addMarker(), this way I'm sure that they are never clustered on the map. jiofi.local.html forpc

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answered Jan 7, 2022 by adamjon (140 points)
Hi there, i face the same issue sometime..