Magda Magda - 20 days ago 12
Javascript Question

leaflet: don't fire click event function on doubleclick

I have a question concerning clicks on a map in leaflet. If I click on the map I want to set a marker there, but if doubleclick on the map I just want to zoom in without setting a marker. So I have the follwing code:

var map = L.map(attrs.id, {
center: [scope.lat, scope.lng],
zoom: 14
});
var marker = L.marker([scope.lat, scope.lng],{draggable: true});
map.on('click', function(event){
marker.setLatLng(event.latlng);
marker.addTo(map);
});


The problem now is, when I doublclick on the map the click event is also fired and I would like to remove that behavior. How can I achieve that?

Thanks
Magda

Answer

So, I found a way to do that, I am still not sure, if there is a better way to do it.

var map = L.map(attrs.id, {
        center: [scope.lat, scope.lng],
        zoom: 14
    });
map.clicked = 0;                                                                      
L.tileLayer('http://{s}.tile.openstreetmap.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png', {
        maxZoom: 18
    }).addTo(map);
var marker = L.marker([scope.lat, scope.lng],{draggable: true});
map.on('click', function(event){
    map.clicked = map.clicked + 1;
    setTimeout(function(){
        if(map.clicked == 1){
            marker.setLatLng(event.latlng);
            marker.addTo(map);                
            map.clicked = 0;
        }
     }, 300);
});
map.on('dblclick', function(event){
    map.clicked = 0;
    map.zoomIn();
});
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