With a theme of 'Connecting Bristol' this site is our response to that idea, exploring where people live in the city, where they spend their days and how they like to play. By entering three postcodes, we hope to show the shape of people’s lives across the city. Explore the map (you can scPublishroll around and zoom in & out using the controls in the top right corner) and click on the white dots to open up information on that position and see who does what where. For example, some people might work where other people play and vice-versa - you can browse through the multiple entries using the numbers. ClustrMaps is the only hit counter that accurately shows you the locations of all visitors to your site on a thumbnail map embedded in your page. The basic service, 'ClustrMaps', is free, and does exactly what it says below: it is not just a 'trial', and there is no 'time limit'. If, for some reason, the Google Earth COM API needs to be registered again, you can execute GoogleEarth.exe with '/RegServer' as a command line argument.For instance, assuming GoogleEarth.exe is located in C:Program FilesGoogleGoogle Earth, the following command line would register Google Earth's COM API: I've not actually tested any of them yet. All this information is myreading of the source code and crawling through that part of the DOMthat contains the functions. So it's quite possible that I'vemisunderstood some of it. New function============ GVerify(la)This one's weird. I can't see where they managed to hide the source. I'mpretty sure that it isn't in the normal API code or in the API loader,but the code somehow is present in the DOM. Extra parameters================ new GPolygon() new GPolyline() GPolyline.fromEncoded()all accept one extra parameter, making a total of 7, 5, and 2 parametersrespectively. The additional parameter appears to be a set of{GPolylineOptions} New properties============== GPolyline.opacity GPolyline.color GPolyline.weightPerhaps you can now do things like changing the weight of a polylinewhen the zoom changes, and changing the colour when the maptype changes.Previously the properties were inaccessible so you could only make suchchanges by removing the old polyline and adding a new one. If so, it's rather strange for Google to be exposing properties insteadof providing methods like GPolyline.setWeight() etc. It's not theirusual coding style. New event========= visibilitychangedTriggered by GMarker, GPolyline and GPolygon when their .hide() or.show() method is called. Returns a parameter which is true for .show()and false for .hide(). zIndexProcess sounds like fun. You can set it to a function(marker,b)that returns a zIndex value for the marker instead of using the normalAPI internal function that puts the southerly markers on top. new GMapOptions=============== mapOrderMarkersIt looks like you can set this to be a reference to an orderingfunction, as used in an Array.sort() call. If you use the option, thenthe API will call markers.sort(yourfunction). I've no idea why you mightwant to do that. © 2014 Mapperz | Contact: mapperz at gmail dot com ( Source.


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