I'm encountering a bug when using the GoogleMaps module in a view that uses a switcher module (TabSwitcher, PulldownSwitcher, etc...) to select between different saved searches executed over varying time frames. For some reason, the map isn't rendering in any browser. It seems as though the Google map module in my view isn't taking advantage of the screen space I've allocated for it in the layoutPanel I've added it to (right now it's just panel_row1_col1).
I've taken a couple of screenshots. The first screenshot shows a piechart that is the first chart on the screen by default. The second screenshot shows when I use the PulldownSwitcher to select 'google maps', which then displays a mangled world map.
Is this a known bug with Splunk 4.1.3, or has anyone encountered similar issues when trying to incorporate the GoogleMaps module in a search app view? I haven't been able to find any bugs related to Google Maps that target this specific issue.
It's more that the GoogleMaps module doesn't react well to having its DOM elements arbitrarily shown and hidden. I have seen similar problems reported using GoogleMaps module in Sideview XML views fwiw. Some of the problem, possibly all, may be fixable by hacking the Switcher modules to broadcast some google-specific event that the GoogleMaps module listens for, along the lines of a resize event, or at any rate some event at the receipt of which it will re-render/resize itself. However I'm afraid I don't know of anyone that has attempted such a fix.