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moimaim said

You have a point with privacy.
Individuals need privacy, professionnals need to be found.
Guess people who don't want to be found can always place the flag on the town hall, or church, or whatever…

6 decimals would be great.
How long would it take a pro to implement this on a site?


About an hour, should be quite straight-forward as that addon was made specifically for achieving this.


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Hmmm…
As far as I can remember, your understanding of "straight forward" isn't exactly the same as mine  :lol:
I'll give a go tonight, and i'll take a ticket if (when) it drives me too crazy.

Let you know tomorrow.  :thumbs:

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I doed it :P

Nothing really complicated…

Installed add-on:
mapper4.png

Created catalogue with fields as indicated on the add-on's page:
mapper2.png

Created a catalogue entry.
Visual location selector was there as it should, lots of decimals.
The 6 decimals are still there even after the entry has been edited:
mapper7.png

Created a page and added the block:
mappers6a.png
mapper6b.png

Then called the page.
Still a few hundred meters out:
mapper1.png

When I click on the pin, the entry shows up.
Displayed lat/long are still 2 decimals:
mappers5.png

Gefickt :'(

You were right about setting the thing up. It was a piece of cake.
The function is really neat, looks great.

Any ideas?






 

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Could it be a wrong format for decimal_points=6 ?
Tried with quotes or brackets, nothing changed…

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I am wondering if it is a localisation problem with the European decimal points. I'm looking into it.


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It should be sorted for you now :). I just tried doing a write-up of the issue, but I think the issue caused some confusion and inconsistencies with the screenshots, so best just consider it a clean-slate. I re-wrote how we handle floats with locales to be much more robust.


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Works perfectly.
Thank you Chris  :thumbs:

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Hello from Norman, OK

Struggling to understand basics of Composr...Can't even figure out how to add a TSViewer block to the left side, so I'll be lurking a lot...
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Hello from Norman, OK

Struggling to understand basics of Composr...Can't even figure out how to add a TSViewer block to the left side, so I'll be lurking a lot...

Hi Norman,

Just for you I've made a video tutorial:



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I have no way of introduction pin on the map. Is there anything special you need to do to position a pin …..
 
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You do it via your Profile, clicking Edit, the clicking the Profile tab under Edit. Click the orange Find Me button under Position then scroll down and click Save. If you are sharing your location via your browser it is supposed to detect that, but I'm not sure if this map addon is still working as intended. I have entered my position and I don't show on the map.
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You do it via your Profile, clicking Edit, the clicking the Profile tab under Edit. Click the orange Find Me button under Position then scroll down and click Save. If you are sharing your location via your browser it is supposed to detect that, but I'm not sure if this map addon is still working as intended. I have entered my position and I don't show on the map.

Thanks. I do see you though.


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