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Author Topic: Plugin: combination of custom layer map and picture annotation  (Read 7141 times)

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Hi There!

I need a plugin, a combination of custom layer map and picture annotation.

Utilizable API: GoogleMAP (all necessary features included):

Minimum requirements:
New plugin or modification of the plugin called: flf histotag - Geotagging and histogram support for Coppermine (flf_histotag): v1.9
Without histogram option, but included the following functions and extended (more options better) admin panel:

Note, these are based on standard functions of GMAP API:

- Allow users to add geographic data and custom text (html) to images. (Similar to Picture Annotation but using MAP APIs. This is a good way to make custom areas and marks.)
 - Allow users to draw shapes, polygons, marks on image. Than save it to DB.
in user/image related tables. (settings: allow/not allow users, groups, categories, albums, etc. - full administration options)
- Load actual image to map's custom image layer.
- Controlls (navigation, zoom, draw, etc)
- Switch Geo layers, and the custom image layer (default settings by admin)
- Load and display marks and areas.
- Clickable marks and areas, linked text or html opens in popup.
- Custom image layer: Smart Zoom by default (best fit)
- Allow admin to see all different marks and polygons related to different images.


Budget: $100


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Re: Plugin: combination of custom layer map and picture annotation
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2013, 12:00:25 am »

I would also like this plugin.  I contacted the original developer and asked if he would update 1.9 to work correctly with the latest Google Map API requirements.
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