Le 07/07/2012 23:16, Chuck Arnold a écrit :
> I am running Gramps 3.3.2-1 on Linux Mint 9 Isadora. I have just begun to use
> the Geography View. Now that i have come to
> realize what a useful tool this can be I would like to configure some of the
> features to make it more to my liking. However my Preferences dialog seems to
> have the last two tabs missing -the "Marker Colors" tab and the "Internet Maps".
The only way to change the marker color is to change the map.
By default all free maps markers are green and all others are red.
This is hard coded and you can't change that.
You can change the map provider with the right button of the mouse.
At the bottom of the popup menu, you can change openstreetmap to google or virtualearth.
yahoo doesn't work and is replaced by openstreetmap.
Do you mean it would be useful to have our proper private set of markers ?
> I see the screenshot of the Pref. dialog on the Wiki Geo pages show these two
> tabs but they are not on my installation for some reason. I installed the same
> version of Gramps on a machine running Ubuntu lucid and also installed 3.4 on
> one running Mint 13 with the same results. What am I missing? I have read and
> reread the Wiki pages to no avail. Help will be appreciated.
I don't see on the wiki the two tabs you are speaking about.
can you point me on this page ?
I recently modified the geography page and added new fonctionalities which are not currently
implemented in 3.4 and only in trunk.
Effectively there is no information about :
- how to change the map provider ?
- Can we change the marker's color ?
- How to animate the person's life way ?
I'll add this.