I've been familarising myself with the [bgmp-list] shortcode. However, I can't get all the placemarks to be returned, only a subset of them, and have spent some time tonight analysing the output from the shortcode.
I currently have 963 placemarks, spread across 60 categories.
When I use the [bgmp-list] shortcode I expected to get all 963 placemarks returned, since I understand that filtering by category is not yet possible. However, that does not happen. Only 197 total are returned. These are 99% from one category only (which I'll call Cat 1 and which has 196 placemarks in it). However, of the 196 placemarks actually allocated to Cat 1, only 193 are returned. The remaining 4 placemarks which make up the total 197 returned by the shortcode are from a second category (which I'll call Cat 2 and which contains 250 placemarks). The 3 "missing" placemarks from Cat 1 and the 4 "extra" placemarks from Cat 2 give no reason for their "selection" - they are not the first, the last, consecutive etc - they appear to be random. The shortcode does consistently return these same 197 placemarks, though.
Do you have any idea what's going on? Are there some limitations to the shortcode that I'm not aware of?
Thanks in advance for your help.