#341 Indonesian country map

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this is my first contribution to phpGedView. It is an
indonesian country map to select the 33 provinces and
autocompletion to all subdivisions to every province.
My main source for documentation and information
about how to realice it in phpGedView was mostly one
article from the wiki, but it seems not be that up to
date anymore. Exists there any new information or are
there things that changed for v4? Like it seems that
the seperate text files for autocompletion is not
needed anymore, because they are used from the html
file? Is this correct? I also saw that some places
use just one big html file for all maps instead of
seperated html files. So there is no need anymore for
seperated files like explained in the wiki article or
what is the preferred practice for these things?

My map is unfortunately 780px wide. :( I tried to
resize it to 400px, but that was too small in my
opinion. :( But also this wide map is not really
good, because you have to resize the edit window by
hand everytime and such things.

I am still bit discussing some names and such things
with some other people from Indonesia and will change
maybe few small things according to the results from
this discussion.

Would be nice if someone could take a look on it and
if someone has suggestions to improve the map width
or how to solve that problem I would be really
interested to hear. Could you also take a look on the
technical things if everything is following rules if
there exists some and so on.



  • Christophe B.

    Christophe B. - 2006-06-24

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    I have added your files to CVS for PGV 4.0.1
    You are right : txt files are no more needed.

  • Christophe B.

    Christophe B. - 2006-06-24
    • priority: 5 --> 2
    • assigned_to: nobody --> opus27
    • status: open --> open-fixed
  • Klaus Weidenbach

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    Oh that is great news.
    I have just checked again on my notebook with 1024
    resolution and just realized the map doesn't fit
    completely even I maximize the window. :( Also if you
    don't know about it you wouldn't know you have to resize
    the window to see more of the map, because it is cut and
    doesn't look like it is bigger. Should improve this
    somehow, but having no good ideas yet.

  • John Finlay

    John Finlay - 2006-07-11
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed

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