Support » Plugin: Events Manager - OpenStreetMaps » Change font size of cities

  • Resolved Benoit Gütz

    (@buxert)


    Is there any way to change the font size of all the cities and villages on the map? On my map, even the names of the big cities are not readable because they are too small. It is ok that big cities have a bigger font, but now nothing is readable.

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  • Plugin Author Stonehenge Creations

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    Hi Benoit @buxert,

    Only the balloon text is rendered by this plugin. Other texts, like street names, villages and cities are embedded in the map tiles (map images).

    The more detail is being shown (high zoom level) the smaller the font on the map tile will be. If you zoom out, you will most likely see that the more general regions (cities) will become bigger.

    Which map tile server are you using?
    Do you have a live link to your page, so I take a look there for you as well?

    Patrick.

    Plugin Author Stonehenge Creations

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    Here is a sample of a single map tile image by ArcGIS World Map.
    https://paste.pics/34feac42f9e0e80ee5cce045e87674d4

    Thread Starter Benoit Gütz

    (@buxert)

    Hi Patrick,

    Thank you for your quick response!

    I am using the default OpenStreetMap tiles. The map can be found on this page: https://mon.figgi.online/clubs-circuits/ . Your single map tile image shows the city names in a way bigger font than my map. Any ideas how I can change it?

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Benoit Gütz.
    Plugin Author Stonehenge Creations

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    Hi Benoit,

    Looking at your page, I see what you mean.
    As I mentioned the single tile I posted is from ArcGis World Map.

    That map tile server is included in this plugin, so you can simply select it in Dashboard ➞ Stonehenge ➞ EM OpenStreetMap.

    Keep in mind that cities, etc are part of the image. You might want to try several different zoom levels to get the right one for you.

    In the same settings page you can enable the “Show Zoom Level” and “Show Zoom Buttons” options, which makes your front-end testing a lot easier.

    Thread Starter Benoit Gütz

    (@buxert)

    Hi Patrick,

    Thanks for you help. I adjusted some things and I also found out that my own display settings of my screens played a big role in showing the names in a small font. So the biggest part of the issue was due to my own personalized settings in my operation system.

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