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InteractionOptionsobject passed to
MapOptions.interactiveOptionsconfigures the gestures that the user can use to interact with the map. For example, disable rotation or configure cursor/keyboard rotation.
Note that some gestures must be configured by other means, either instead of using flags, or in addition to.
allgestures are enabled, but a non-interactive map can be created using
none(and other options in addition).
The recommended way to create an entirely non-interactive map is to wrap the
FlutterMapwidget in an
Otherwise, to set flags, there's two methods:
- Add flags, with the bitwise 'OR' (
|) operator in-between For example,
InteractiveFlag.drag | InteractiveFlag.rotate
- Remove flags from
all, using the
~operators in-between For example,
InteractiveFlag.all & ~InteractiveFlag.rotate
Cursor/keyboard rotation is designed for desktop platforms, and allows the cursor to be used to set the rotation of the map whilst a (customizable) keyboard key (by default, any of the 'Control' keys) is held down.
CursorKeyboardRotationOptionsobject passed to the property with the corresponding name configures this behaviour. The
CursorKeyboardRotationOptions.disabled()constructor can be used to disable cursor/keyboard rotation.
There's many customization options, see the API docs for more information:
This is advanced behaviour that affects how gestures 'win' in the gesture arena, and does not usually need changing.
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