Started by Marek Scholtz, May 05, 2023, 22:23:08
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Quote from: Jan Čapek on May 24, 2023, 11:43:49@T-mo what search are you referring to? Both in category (POI highlighting) search and text search you should be able to put list and map 50:50 to screen, while only in category search the list is by default collapsed down.
Quote from: Jan Čapek on May 24, 2023, 11:43:49Strange, this shouldn't happen. We will check this. Can you please write what did you exactly search and what was your initial map position before the search?
Quote from: lor74cas on May 24, 2023, 12:48:23A filter could be introduced to limit searches to a radius of x kilometers.We thus avoid useless occurrences of results that are too distant both on the map and in the list.
Quote from: Jan Čapek on May 25, 2023, 10:52:52But isn't "search this area" exactly this? Or do you missing it even for category highlighting?
Quote from: michaelbechtold on May 28, 2023, 20:22:01Using online search a little bit and thinking about it a bit more, this is my summary:- Google data repository is unmatched, beating Locus and any other searches hands down, whatever they try, for years to come- Locus, for strategic reasons, also with iOS support in mind needs this independent online search- on Android the Google API search is at no cost to Asamm, as Menion stated- combining both searches technically seems not feasible, as per Menion's response- to me, the obvious approach is-- to have a Locus Search for Android and iOS alike-- put a Google Search as separate function into the Android versionThat would stop any need for tough comparisons and discussions, a d empower users to make their own choice, based on their needs.Giving USERS a choice may not be a technician's first emotional approach, but is beneficial for all parties in the end.And above approach would not add complexity to the UI a d user experience. Hope is the last thing to die ;-)CheersMichael