Andy, what's the collapsible element you're referring to on the transitunlimited.org site? Is it the "Muni bus routes: show details/hide details" element? If so it may be a browser dependent issue because that seems to be working OK for me in Firefox 9.0.1 on Windows.
I'm having similar frustrations to you with kml/gkml, except that I can't get kml data to display regardless of whether I specify Google Maps v2 or v3.
That transitunlimited site is actually a good example of this problem. Check out the map on this page:
It's supposed to display the train lines from a kml file, and it doesn't work. Their kml did work a couple of weeks ago, I remember looking at it. It seems they've upgraded their Maps/Semantic Maps versions in the meantime. They're now on 1.0.5, they were on 0.7.something.
From: Andy Chow [mailto:andychow@...]
Sent: 27 January 2012 11:25
Subject: [Semediawiki-user] Maps and Semantic Maps issues
I found some bugs with the recent Maps and Semantic Maps extensions:
The kml and gkml doesn't seem to work under Google Maps v3.
The Google Maps v2 works fine in most part except that display_point doesn't
work (only display_map works). I have to use #ask instead to query that single
point so I could use v2. I know the plan is to eliminate support for v2, but
there are too many bugs with v3 that I need v2.
There's something with v3 that stopped me from converting everything to v3. KML
is one of them. The other is that with v3, the collapsible elements don't work
correctly many times. Many times those collapsible elements stuck in open
positions and sometimes it is normal. Under v2, all the collapsible elements are
Collapsible element at the bottom of the page stuck in open position:
Same element in normal position:
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