In v2.4 - when i add the basemap gallery widget it is somehow also loading the thumbnail associated with the webmap at the end of the basemaps i have loaded. Anyone else seeing this and/or have any thoughts on how to resolve it?
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Jason Stanton, GISP, did you ever resolve this issue? I have the same thing happening. The widget's help says: "If the basemap used in the web map is not included during the configuration, it will be added automatically when the widget opens."
My problem is, I have around a dozen basemaps configured in my widget, which includes the basemap used in the app's web map. But the widget is adding a second copy of this same basemap to the end of the list. Something is not working correctly.
Ryan, The solution I found, working with Esri support (though they state that modifying code is not recommended) was to:
The URL for the basemaps has to be exactly the same (i.e. if your WebMap basemap URL is HTTP and the URL of the basemap in the config file is HTTPS, this solution will not work).
I'm having the same problem in this thread, https://community.esri.com/thread/194906-what-do-my-web-apps-have-an-extra-streets-basemap My WebMap is consumed by an AGOL-hosted WebApp developed using WebAppBuilder so it doesn't appear that I have access to Widget.js. Something clearly happened with the WebAppBuilder code as my maps (1 & 2 years old) did not have this problem when they were created (2016 & 2015).
I’m not sure if there is a solution for your issue. Be sure that the URLS are exactly the same… if they are I would reach out to Esri- this can’t be the desired result.
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