Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of GoogleStaticMapMacro


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Oct 26, 2008, 10:07:34 PM (6 years ago)
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  • GoogleStaticMapMacro

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    4646You can check out GoogleStaticMapMacro from [http://trac-hacks.org/svn/googlestaticmapmacro here] using Subversion, or [source:googlestaticmapmacro browse the source] with Trac.
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    48 == Example ==
     48== Usage & Examples ==
     49=== Parameters ===
     50See http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/staticmaps/#URL_Parameters for all supported arguments.
     51In addition the image title can be set using a `title` argument.
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     53The map location must be given in geographic coordinates, not as address.
     54Please note that the format `center=X:Y` must be used, not `center=X,Y` as described in the above web site, due to the way trac parses the macro.
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     56For example:
    5057{{{
    5158[[GoogleStaticMap(center=50.805935:10.349121,zoom=5,size=400x400)]]
     
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    5966=== Markers ===
    60 You can add markers to the static map using the '`markers`' argument. The format is '`markers=X:Y:ColorLetter`', e.g.: `markers=50.805935:10.349121:bluea`, creates a blue marker labeled with 'A' at 50.805935,10.349121.
     67You can add markers to the static map using the '`markers`' argument. The format is '`markers={latitude}:{longitude}:{size}{color}{alphanumeric-character}`', e.g.: `markers=50.805935:10.349121:bluea`, creates a blue marker labeled with 'A' at 50.805935,10.349121.
    6168Multiple marker declarations are separated using the '`|`' letter.
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    72 === Parameters ===
    73 See http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/staticmaps/#URL_Parameters for all supported arguments.
    74 In addition the image title can be set using a `title` argument.
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    76 The map location must be given in geographic coordinates, not as address.
    77 Please note that the format `center=X:Y` must be used, not `center=X,Y` as described in the above web site, due to the way trac parses the macro.
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    8079== Recent Changes ==
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