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Digital Point User Map

Digital Point User Map 1.3.2

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System for geo-locating your currently online users and plotting them on a world Google Map.

Edrondol

Well-known member
#2
Looked over your old thread and couldn't find an answer for this. Is there a way to prevent those logging in invisibly from showing up?
 

Edrondol

Well-known member
#4
We have a user who is fairly private and always surfs anonymously. She lives in a place where there are hardly any users and she's had stalkers before. I'd like to use this but if that's not a possibility I may have to pass. (By the way, it put the arrow for her WAY too close to her actual location for her comfort.)

Thanks for the quick response, though!
 

Edrondol

Well-known member
#5
Or maybe you could open DigitalPointUserMap/ControllerPublic/UserMap.php and comment out the line:

PHP:
'getInvisible' => $bypassUserPrivacy,
Not sure why you wouldn't say anything considering you purposefully included invisible users onto the map.
 

DRE

Well-known member
#6
Or maybe you could open DigitalPointUserMap/ControllerPublic/UserMap.php and comment out the line:

PHP:
'getInvisible' => $bypassUserPrivacy,
Not sure why you wouldn't say anything considering you purposefully included invisible users onto the map.
Does that work?
 

DRE

Well-known member
#7
March 30, 2011.

rED86 said:
Is the "spider" marker something that's in the released version here or is that something only available on your site? (I don't see it in my map legend)

--Ed
DigitalPoint said:
XenForo doesn't have a mechanism for differentiating spiders within it's session table (not storing a flag or user agent), so it was omitted in the XenForo version unfortunately.
Do they have it now?
 

DRE

Well-known member
#8
I edited out Google Earth per your directions from the old thread.

Remove this line in js/digitalpoint/usermap.js

Code:
,f=new google.maps.InfoWindow({content:'<a href="'+window.location.href+"GoogleEarth/"+(window.location.href.indexOf("?")>0?"&":"?")+"location="+a+","+c+'">View&nbsp;in&nbsp;Google&nbsp;Earth</a>'});
 

DRE

Well-known member
#9
Or maybe you could open DigitalPointUserMap/ControllerPublic/UserMap.php and comment out the line:

PHP:
'getInvisible' => $bypassUserPrivacy,
Not sure why you wouldn't say anything considering you purposefully included invisible users onto the map.
It works. :D
 

oman

Well-known member
#12
Hi,

GeoIP is installed on my server, and I have confirmed with my host that this has been done properly.

I installed this add on, and this error comes up:



Any way to fix this? The city database isn't missing.
 

Mouth

Well-known member
#16
I have 'Show Navigation Link' to Yes within Options, but do not see how to access the map after having just installed it. Can anywhere tell me exactly where the link should appear, or what the URL is to access it?
 

ENF

Well-known member
#17
I have 'Show Navigation Link' to Yes within Options, but do not see how to access the map after having just installed it. Can anywhere tell me exactly where the link should appear, or what the URL is to access it?
If I remember correctly, it shows up under the Member's tab.