Re: [Shotwell] Map Widget Update

I have the following here from ubuntu stock (16.04):

$ dpkg -l | grep libclutter | cut -d ' ' -f3

$ locate

The first two are linked to the third. 

The only stuff I had to install to get the compile going through was:

apt-get install libchamplain-0.12-0 libchamplain-0.12-dev libchamplain-doc libchamplain-gtk-0.1

Joseph B <joseph bylund gmail com> writes:

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 | Hmm, I'm having trouble with the link command against something
 | clutter/wayland:


 | Any thoughts?  I'm on 16.04 and I think everything should be coming
 | straight from the repos (with the exception of shotwell itself).

 | On Sat, Jun 18, 2016 at 7:02 AM, Ulf Rehmann <rehmann math uni-bielefeld de>
 | wrote:

Hi Andreas,

Thanks, this is really great! Compiled smoothly here on Ubuntu 16.04.

I have a collection of 24000 photos, not all with gps info.

I like the way the map follows the gps coordinates when switching photos
with gps info.

However, here is something I observed:

When switching from a photo with gps info to another one with no such info,
the map centers at some undefined(?) location.

When focussing back to some photo with gps info the map does not center to
that, but seems to stay where it was.

I guess this was stated in Jens' email as well - quoting:

 | - I sometimes end up in the middle of nowhere (central Russia or
 | Atlantic Ocean) for no obvious reason

Is there an easy way to update/reset the map? It seems possible only
after rescaling/recentering.

Probably there should be some default location definable by the user,
which is used as a map center in case the focussed photo has no geo tag.

Anyway, the tool is really wonderful already as it is!

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