It is for computer browsers too. I think.
If you open this link, the first map - it tells use ctrl+scroll.
The second - it disable mouse wheel zoom. The third - allow wheel zoom.
I think you describe case #1 - you want to have disabled zoom when scrolls on map.
Hmmm… I don't know… What I'm reading on this page is the french translation. But I guess we have the same text. At the top of of the page it says it's about mobile devices. But if, just like me, you look at this page from a computer browser, you of course get the browser message on the black layer.
But you're in a far better position than me to make your opinion about what this page is about
OK, I think I should sum up my issue, because it seems we have a little misunderstanding here.
Yes, a few days ago, when I checked again my page featuring the Google Map, I was surprised by 2 behavior changes :
• 1 ) The map was zooming when I was scrolling the page.
• 2 ) I didn't get this black transparent layer telling me to press Command key while scrolling if I wanted to zoom.
You explained me how to fix problem 1 by changing one parameter in your component.
So now I'm only trying to know how I can get this black layer again (which appears when using my iphone, but not in computer browsers).
Probably they did some changes and you got black layer. After that they did some changes - and you didn't get it again.
But as I understand right, with this new parameter you'll get this black layer with message use ctrl+scroll.
In the component options, I just tried to replace 3 with 3.27, 3.26, 3.25, 3.exp, but nothing changed.
Well, I will wait for you plugin update and see if I get anything new.
By the way, all this made me wonder about something. I mean let's say I'm on a Firefox window (Mac). I'm on the Google Map. I don't get this black layer message, but I still try to use Command + Scroll. After all, maybe only the message has problems to appear, but the zooming function itself might be OK. But no, no zooming in/out on the map. Instead of that, all Firefox windows are zoomed in/out. I mean it seems to be a common shortcut for zooming in several browsers. Should it create a conflict with Google Maps zooming shortcut ?
(Let me mention that in Safari this global shortcut is not working, but the Google Map zooming with Command scroll is still not working).
Many thanks ! You rock !
Now the dark layer is back, cool
After a few testings I can notice that this ambiguity in "Command + Scroll" triggering at the same time Google Map zooming AND browser zooming (Firefox at least) is a bit of a problem. Maybe not when you do things slowly and carefully, but sometimes I get the whole page zooming when I'm doing things more like a regular user…
Anyway I guess this issue has nothing to do with your plugin.