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Directions Link on Place Mode in Mobile View (In Hover Toolbar) - Google Maps API

Posted on 2016-09-29
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I have embedded google maps in my website and it is in place mode (Q={address}) When I view it on larger screen, it shows a hover toolbar (default) in the map on left top (Called as a placecard) in map when it shows: - address - link for directions (Arrow) - link for Save (Star)

But when I go to mobile view I only see: - address - link for Save (Star)

Here the link for Directions vanishes.... I want it to remain.... How can I do that??

Is there any Property or CSS to get it in Mobile view

Please help......


Google Maps API used:
https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/embed/guide
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I got the solution. Its due to the resolution of the map. It changes if it is less than 500 px wide.
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