The map load or reload will depend on your Internet speed.
Wifi connection is bit slow than LAN connection.
If you have too many data points on map use conditions to hide those points/polygon layers which are not related to default user view and should only show upon selection.
Check your time to connect by pressing F12 for Internet Explorer and go to 'Network' Tab. It will show you in detail.
It will show which map (if more than 1 map) is taking how much time to get response.
Map always need connection to render points, higher the speed, better is the response.
I spoke with our PM team about this and they are aware of the performance issue and have plans to make improvements to this. If you have any questions please let me know.
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Have you tried this. But using KML's for mapping is not great. Its an issue that I ahev searched high and low for a solution but there doesn't seem to be one unless you pay maybe and buy a mapping solution for Qlik.
Have you tried everything in these threads.
I eventually found this site for reducing the number of decimals
It's free and did the job very quickly. Highland (UK) reduced from around 3 million characters to 1.5 million based on 5 decimal places. (4 distorted the map slightly or a lot with 3 or less). I also used "optimize KML file size" (US$20). It reduced the number of characters slightly for Highland but not much. But using both worked OK. That is reduce the decimal's to 5 and then run optimize.
I tried Qlik's geogetboundingbox with 15 decimal places but it still didn't work.
Re getAggrGeomentry. I tried this and it increased the number of decimals back up to 15. So instead I just grouped greater London using the visualization grouping facility. Even though it still showed the boundaries (like GetReduceGeometry).