Re: [Shotwell] Map Widget Outlook

..litte update

On Mon, 2016-07-04 at 02:20 +0900, Max wrote:
That makes sense. Looking forward to your improvements and thank you

Regarding the geotagging: Is it possible to change the geotag after
has been placed on the wrong location?
just noticed that I didn't push yesterday's changes which actually
updates the marker pin on the map (previously, the location was updated
in the pics metadata but, due to caching, not updated on the map unless
the page was changed)


When the lock is set on the map, and you drag an image into it, it 
should show a red x on the mouse or a stoked out circle like a no 
parking sign. Or the map turns red... Anyways, something that makes
user aware of the error.

On 2016년 07월 04일 00:58, Andreas Brauchli wrote:
Hi Max

Thanks for reporting your experience and ideas.

On Jul 3, 2016 16:45, "Max" <abonnements revolwear com
<mailto:abonnements revolwear com>> wrote:
 > One observation when it comes to the selection of images. I
like to lasso some placemarkers on the map and then see those, and
those in the lightbox/overview.

I like the selection idea, but I fear that it'll be to complex on
UI.. If you can come up with a convincing simple implementation, I
consider it in the future..

 > Right now the lightbox/overview only goes to the first(?)
of an image in within the geocoordinates, but the other images
still show.

When hovering over a marker (or marker group), the thumbs will
and scroll to the first thumb if it's out of view.
When selecting (clicking) the marker or group the thumbs will be
selected. This gives you the possibility to flag the selection and
switch to the flagged images view to only see the flagged images.

For later, I'd like to add a reverse geo lookup feature to get the
region/country a coordinate corresponds to. Those might then be
shown in
pages like the events or tags. This might also make the lassoing


 > On 2016년 06월 30일 00:01, Max wrote:
 >> There are other things too, I'll try to write them up as they
 >> apparent to me.

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