Geographic map of members' locations

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby Modified96 » Fri May 23, 2008 9:56 am

http://www.frappr.com/fzronline

After you click the link you will notice a world map. On the left hand side the is a button that says Add me(or something like that). After click it you will notice a pop-up on the map that ask your name, location, email and user image. Now you can fill out the needed information and it will add you to the map.

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby yamaha_george » Fri May 23, 2008 1:14 pm

bweight wrote:bah.. keeps crashing when I try to add myself..

I'll keep checking to see if I can get my location in there.. if not, I'll try to see if there's another map system out there that I can put on the page..


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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby tommyj27 » Fri May 23, 2008 2:47 pm

yamaha_george wrote:
bweight wrote:bah.. keeps crashing when I try to add myself..

I'll keep checking to see if I can get my location in there.. if not, I'll try to see if there's another map system out there that I can put on the page..


BAH HUMBUG it is written in adungi Flash canofworms which does not under stand linux systems for installing banghead

It works fine for me. IDK

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby haunter » Fri May 23, 2008 4:17 pm

adding myself as we speak!

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby yamaha_george » Fri May 23, 2008 4:17 pm

tommyj27 wrote:
yamaha_george wrote:
bweight wrote:bah.. keeps crashing when I try to add myself..

I'll keep checking to see if I can get my location in there.. if not, I'll try to see if there's another map system out there that I can put on the page..


BAH HUMBUG it is written in adungi Flash canofworms which does not under stand linux systems for installing banghead

It works fine for me. IDK



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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby megaloxana » Fri May 23, 2008 5:19 pm

haha who's the guy WAY north in canada?

george- i can manually add you if you would like.
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ADD YOURSELF TO THE OFFICIAL FZRONLINE GOOGLE EARTH MAP :bunny :banjoman

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby cad600 » Fri May 23, 2008 5:31 pm

Was able to add myself no problem. I'm also looking into a alternative program that might be a little more fun to use.
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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby megaloxana » Fri May 23, 2008 6:13 pm

cad600 wrote:Was able to add myself no problem. I'm also looking into a alternative program that might be a little more fun to use.

I ran across platial.com which looked a lil more interesting but i didn't mess around with it. Maybe you want to take a look.
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ADD YOURSELF TO THE OFFICIAL FZRONLINE GOOGLE EARTH MAP :bunny :banjoman

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby cad600 » Sat May 24, 2008 10:07 am

megaloxana wrote:I ran across platial.com which looked a lil more interesting but i didn't mess around with it. Maybe you want to take a look.


Check your PM's. I've found something that could be very cool. I only need to figure out if everyone can use it as I'm not sure it's is available for certain systems. Sence yamaha_george had problems, he's the first person I'm going to ask.
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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby old_school » Sat May 24, 2008 10:24 am

I'm in looks pretty cool, we should add a link off one of the main forums or the member forum
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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby ian » Sat May 24, 2008 4:35 pm

isn't there a way we could do this with google earth? not gmaps, but gearth...
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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby megaloxana » Sat May 24, 2008 4:37 pm

ian wrote:isn't there a way we could do this with google earth? not gmaps, but gearth...

Yes, we're thinking of transitioning to that.
'92 FZR 600
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K&N pod filters \*/ Stage 3 jet kit \*/ Factory Pro shift kit \*/ Full V&H SS exhaust
Custom '02 R6 undertail \*/ YZF gas tank \*/ Raised via dogbones \*/ custom flush turnsignals
Full R6 brake set-up \*/ SS lines \*/ Progressive fork springs \*/ ZX2 coilpack


ADD YOURSELF TO THE OFFICIAL FZRONLINE GOOGLE EARTH MAP :bunny :banjoman

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby yamaha_george » Sat May 24, 2008 5:09 pm

megaloxana wrote:
ian wrote:isn't there a way we could do this with google earth? not gmaps, but gearth...

Yes, we're thinking of transitioning to that.


hi,
well if you do some other Linux guru will have to find away to make it work because Kubuntu Hardy Heron bombs out with messages from googles installer cannot find the X11 conf ( not suprising as is now called xorg.conf & has been for quite awhile )

Geo (fedup from having to tinker a perfectly working boxsto fit darkside scribblings) time to sleep me thinks

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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby cad600 » Sat May 24, 2008 5:21 pm

yamaha_george wrote: hi,
well if you do some other Linux guru will have to find away to make it work because Kubuntu Hardy Heron bombs out with messages from googles installer cannot find the X11 conf ( not suprising as is now called xorg.conf & has been for quite awhile )

Geo (fedup from having to tinker a perfectly working boxsto fit darkside scribblings) time to sleep me thinks


I'll try to get onto the GE forum and snoop around for a Linux fix. Kind of strange though that it is givving you problems. I only say this since eventhough it is a window based program, Google wants nothing to do with Microsoft. I'll let you know what I find. If we can get this to work, I think it would really be some neat stuff.

Rob
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Re: Geographic map of members' locations

Postby yamaha_george » Sun May 25, 2008 3:27 am

cad600 wrote:
yamaha_george wrote: hi,
well if you do some other Linux guru will have to find away to make it work because Kubuntu Hardy Heron bombs out with messages from googles installer cannot find the X11 conf ( not suprising as is now called xorg.conf & has been for quite awhile )

Geo (fedup from having to tinker a perfectly working boxsto fit darkside scribblings) time to sleep me thinks


I'll try to get onto the GE forum and snoop around for a Linux fix. Kind of strange though that it is givving you problems. I only say this since eventhough it is a window based program, Google wants nothing to do with Microsoft. I'll let you know what I find. If we can get this to work, I think it would really be some neat stuff.

Rob


Thanks Rob, cause I have my hands full at the moment with family / house chores


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