I am using a custom image as a point symbol in some of my ArcGIS Online maps.
The "pin image" is shaped like a teardrop, but the image itself is a rectangle, of course.
It looks like the image must include a long transparent portion beyond the tip in order for ArcGIS Online to render it in the appropriate location.
If I crop it exactly at the tip, then it is not correctly geographically placed.
If I include the transparent portion below the tip it is.
Here is the icon/symbol image I am using:
The problem comes in when the symbols overlap.
Because they overlap on top of one another, you can end up clicking an icon and getting a different points pop-up.
This happens a lot especially since I have the long transparent portion at the bottom.
Here is an example of the problem: http://bit.ly/1BzdG9T
Has anyone else experienced this?
Am I just missing some sort of documentation on creating custom image symbols?