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  • Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    I will check if I can change that in v3.0

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    checked in for v3.0

    It’s happened two times in the last past 3 days that we [my wife and I] lost one or two layers. She is convinced she didn’t see any pop-up boxes appearing and definitely did not Okayed something.

    Maybe there is a strange thing going on. Having other stuff going on as well, maps that show in 640 width while they are set to 330?

    Is there a case of conflicts known with Widget Logic, as we seem to have trouble trying to get certain widgets to show or hide on certain pages.

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    havent been reported any problems with widths yet – also no reported conflicts with widget logics

    I’ll keep a tab on things.

    Would it not be possible to lock individual layers. Perhaps for certain rols?

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    currently you can set the role that is allowed to add new/edit markers and the role needed to delete markers. A more granular role system (user can only edit the markers they created) would be nice, but is no high priority on my roadmap…

    Paying close attention to your lists, I see that the moment the mouse pointer enters the row of a particular layer or marker, the first and only thing that is being highlighted is the delete function! Now why would you do that?

    Moreover, when you then navigate to the edit function, the edit function becomes orange/red, but the delete link still shows in red.

    Another thing that comes to my attention is that the word “edit” is much shorter than the word “delete” thus having a much smaller area to click.

    Adventurous greetings,
    Coen

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    Hi Coen,
    thanks for your feedback! in v3.0, delete links will be called “delete marker” or “delete layer” and will be floated right under the title of the marker/layer map.
    regards,
    Robert

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