[KPhotoAlbum] Pan operation.

Mark Eichin eichin at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 17:41:35 BST 2007

Hmm.  It would still be useful without having to get it from exif
data... I add Location kimdaba-tags to most of my images, plus just
about everything I put on flickr I put on the map - and I should
really pull all that back in to kimdaba, but it didn't occur to me
until now :-)

The thing is that most of the good maps that you'd want to lay the
pictures on are only available on the web... so something like a
standalone OpenLayers client (which would mean embedding some chunk of
webkit, I guess?) would be the simplest path to get that data...
maybe it would make more sense to have kimdaba start a local web
server and point a browser at it?

On 9/13/07, Jan Kundrát <jkt at gentoo.org> wrote:
> Michele Sanges wrote:
> > 1) Is there the way to execute a pan operation on a photo, when its
> > dimensions are greater of those of the window that contains it?
> Move it either with middle mouse button or with ctrl+left button.
> > 2) For you, could be useful to add the possibility to visualize, on a
> > geographic map of the world, the places where have been taken the
> > photos, for those that have a geographic tag (latitude, longitude)?
> See http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=110974 -- I agree it'd be really
> cool, but as no active contributor has a camera that adds such info, we
> aren't motivated enough to add support for this. That said, if someone
> submits sample images *and* a patch, we'll try to support it.
> Cheers,
> -jkt
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