Stéphane Charette wrote:
> One of the new features I'm quite familiar with in GRAMPS 3.1.0 is the
> image reference regions. Those of you also on the gramps-devel
> mailing list are probably already familiar with this as I've e-mailed
> the instructions before. But now that 3.1.0 has been officially
> released, I wanted to let all gramps-users know how it works. It
> isn't super-obvious for first-time users, but luckily it is very easy
> to do.
> To see what it looks like, take a look at this web page and move the
> mouse over the image to see what "reference regions" are all about:
> If you use NarrativeWeb and GRAMPS 3.1.0, this is achieved by
> following the few steps in this How-To:
> Once you have reference regions defined, generate the NarrativeWeb
> pages, and you should have the regions in your images.