Coordinates Sources


Publiziert von Stani™, 19. März 2007 um 13:26. Diese Seite wurde 161 mal angezeigt.

Hello friends, Which source do you use to find coordinates of summits and other points? Do someone use swissinfo-geo?
Tnx!
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Salut les amis
Question: quelles sources vous utilisez pour chercher les coordonnes des sommets et autres points. Est-ce quelq'un utilise swissinfo-geo?Merci!



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neutrino Pro hat gesagt: oui
Gesendet am 19. März 2007 um 14:04
ciao Stani:
oui j'utilise swissinfo-geo
M.

Sputnik Pro hat gesagt: RE:oui
Gesendet am 19. März 2007 um 14:16
I also use swissinfo-geo ;-)

Stani™ Pro hat gesagt: RE:oui
Gesendet am 19. März 2007 um 14:49
Alora bene: you will be beta testers! I write in english, ok?

As you know, Swissinfo-Geo present coordinates in two textfields, so it's impossible to copy both coordinates in one step. Also, you cannot move the mouse without loosing coordinates.

Maybe there is something better, but until now i used this technique:

1.point the mouse on the summit
2.use "tab" key in order to select the X field without movenig the mouse
3.copy X coordinate
4.paste it into hikr
5,6,7,8: same steps for Y

It's not easy, 8 steps for one point! So we did something to reduce it into 3 steps:

1.point mouse on the summit on swissinfo-geo map
2.press Ctrl-C on windows or Apple-C on the mac. Both coordinates are copied in 123456/789345 format.
3.paste this into X field on hikr map. Hikr recognizes the "/" and updates both X and Y fields.

To make it work you need:

1.Install Firefox (it works only with Firefox!) Download here

2.Install this addon for firefox

3. Finally, install our plugin

Voilà. If everything works you will be able to copy *both* coordinates with a simple Control-C.

Let me know if it works for you.

neutrino Pro hat gesagt: RE:oui
Gesendet am 19. März 2007 um 15:27
oui: it works!
&:)

Stani™ Pro hat gesagt: RE:oui
Gesendet am 19. März 2007 um 16:07
Cool!


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