This might seem like an odd question, but is there any way to provide a ‘Select All’ text within a frame of a web viewer website?
Years ago I found an excellent website that allows for our team to create, view and edit polygon areas on maps in a visual way, while also being able to select all, copy/paste the resulting GeoJson code. The website is GeoJson.io and strangely enough, even after much searching on the web over the years, I still have not found a better solution after all of the years we’ve been using it.
I have a FileMaker solution that manages our delivery maps (we are a restaurant franchising company) and I would like to incorporate GeoJson.io in a web viewer to make the whole process simpler, faster and more intuitive for our team. This is the first time I’ve used a web viewer, and it has been simple and straightforward, BUT… when the GeoJson.io website is displayed in the web viewer, the ‘code sidebar’ no longer allows a user to ‘Select All’ the code to copy it for other purposes. In an actual web browser the ‘Select All/Copy’ works fine, always has, but for some reason ‘Select All’ does nothing in the web viewer?
This is not true of all websites in the web viewer. I use another website (FreeFormatter.com) to format the resulting GeoJson for our uses, and that one allows Select All/Copy just fine. I’m sure it is something with how the GeoJson.io site is coded, but I just need a way to still allow interaction with it within the web viewer.
I haven’t found any adjustments for this in the web viewer, nor have I found a workaround. The GeoJson code ends up being way too long to have people ‘scroll select’ the text (and I can’t seem to control the size of the text in the web viewer, because it comes in rather large), and without being able to select/copy all the code, the usefulness of the web viewer diminishes greatly.
Does anybody have any ideas? Anything would be appreciated. Thanks!