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A follow up…
The zoom level for the widget is set to automatic. So I assume that the zoom level in the widget is being picked up from the source map. The zoom in the source map is being set in the map editor. You can see that it is being set correctly even when the POI has been moved. As mentioned above, it shows correctly when the map is first displayed and it is set correctly in the database. So the right zoom level is there even if the POI has been moved. But for some reason, it seems to get lost when the map is centered and when the map is used in a widget.
Setting a specific zoom level in the widget doesn’t help as the source maps that feed the widget all have different zoom levels.
Curious because when the map first loads it does have the right zoom level. You can also see that the right zoom level has been set in the database.
Thanks for the quick response.
1) Your CSS suggestion fixed the infowindow size issue.
2) The old manual links to the thumbnails were removed but the problem remained as you thought it might as WordPress does indeed leave out the px in the width and height settings. Setting the .mapp-thumb style as you suggested fixed the problem.
3) The padding issue is resolved in 2.38.5
4) The ‘zoom’ issue remains in 2.38.5. The ‘zoom’ and ‘direction to’ boxes don’t stay unchecked after ‘Save Settings’.