How to Use
Draw Polylines on a map. You can remove to last line by clicking the Clear Last Line option. You can also wipe the entire map using the Clear Map option.
To change the colour of the lines used, choose one of the colours above.
To close the polygon off simply click on the original marker after two or more lines have been drawn
|Version 1.0||03/11/2012||First Version|
|Version 2.0||23/03/2014||Now uses Google Maps API V3 and google.maps.drawing.DrawingManager|
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Comments For This Page
By Cruise carnival Washington DC on 20th March 2019
i would love to be able to actually see the borders
On 10th October 2016
firefox 30: where are options and code????
By llomb on 5th July 2014
where's the map? i see nothing.
On 22nd March 2014
mush easy to establish route. .godspeed
On 5th May 2012
On 26th January 2012
calculate the distance
On 12th February 2011
Be useful to show the coordinates as the mouse moved over the map, so you can plot out exactly according to land surveys. Also be nice to enter coordinate and have a point entered on the map for that.
By Chris Joy on 8th October 2010
By peter barrett on 9th June 2010
save the coordinates in a file
On 27th May 2010
easy use , shading would be exeptional,
By mdm on 23rd January 2010
mira, it is difficult to provide a block of code to show. It is spread over a few different places.
To explain how it does it: there is an array of points that is used as the storage place of all points. To remove a line, the last entry is popped off the array and then the lines are redrawn, this time one less.
By Daft Logic on 2nd December 2009
hie there, can i have the codes for the method "Clear Last Line"?
By mira on 2nd December 2009
By sECRET AdMIrE on 13th October 2009
You might enjoy www.scribblemaps.com
By Jonathan on 6th October 2009
can you work out the distance?
On 6th August 2009
i love this
By vivia on 21st May 2009
I love this, it makes mapping out trips so much easier! Although if I can add a suggestion, it would be great if you could type in the cities/post codes etc to pinpoint exactly where it is your going on the map, or to type in an itinerary of the cities you are going and then it maps it out for you.
By Pip on 7th April 2009
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