Add the ability to visualize geometries that cross the 180 when in WGS84.
+1 for this one
Need a continuous wrap of geometries just tried to display a netcdf file with extent from -180.070313 tp 179.929688 . Fine in 2D with the Map properties set to wrap. But can't do the same in 3D globe so I get a stripe at 180. Would help sell ArcGIS Pro for us.
You can always change the dataframe to an Albers type projection rather
than its default as Web Mercator. It'll work then
Nice to know that but really this should work with any projection of users choice. If your map is bringing in tile sets as well then you want to work with the raster projection.
In dark age of Arc Info 4, ESRI said they would have this solved in "next" version. Waiting... there are partial solutions depending on projections that can take your geometry (often has to be 0:360) and transform into a continuous xy coordinates. Working with actual -180:180 coordinates and recognizing that a line going from 179.99 to -179.34 probably doesnt want to be drawn right around the planet is still not happening. Our homemade software was doing this on a PDP-11 in 1981 so I dont think there is a fundamental problem.
So what do we want? Be able to store geometry in -180:180 including for lines/polygons crossing the the 180. Be able to draw this on 3D globe or in projection of choice (including global projections like mercator) and be able to do spatial calculations and visualizations without worrying about the 180 line.
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