• Resolved yleguerch

    (@yleguerch)


    Hi Tushar
    My question is simple: when you create a map do you need the latitude and longitude of the address, or is it possible to search a location by typing the name of the city or the street?
    I can’t find the functionality. Thank you for your work.

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  • Plugin Author Tushar Imran

    (@tusharimran)

    Hi @yleguerch,

    I have already plan for it. This month I will try to push a new update for it.

    Thank You so much for your opinion.

    Thank You
    Tushar Imran

    Thread Starter yleguerch

    (@yleguerch)

    Thank you for your prompt answer.
    I look forward to seeing this improvement.
    Have a good day.

    Plugin Author Tushar Imran

    (@tusharimran)

    Hi @yleguerch

    I hope you are doing well. today I released version 1.2.5, added latitude and longitude generate from the address. please check it and don’t forget to give me a review.

    Thank You
    Tushar Imran

    Thread Starter yleguerch

    (@yleguerch)

    Hi Tushar, great job, thank you. I propose some improvements:
    – When you create a map, you have to be able to re-use the parameterisation you made for the previous one. So the next one is already pre-filled with your preferences.
    – For ‘title’ and ‘content’, the best is to keep it empty, instead of having to take off ‘Bungladesh, a beautiful country’ (for which I have no doubt 👍).
    – When Google or OpenStreet don’t find the exact address, give the possibility to move manually the marker on the map to position it on the right place. For instance OpenStreet doesn’t find ‘Via Ricasoli 31, Montalcino’, but only ‘Via Ricasoli, Montalcino’.
    – Last but not least, it seems absolutely necessary to have the function ‘how to go there’ by clicking on the marker.
    Thank you for your support.

    Plugin Author Tushar Imran

    (@tusharimran)

    Hi @yleguerch

    Thank You for your suggestion. I will try to implement it as soon as possible.

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