It would be pretty cool to post your DeedMapper work on the internet so other researchers
or family members could see it. Indeed,
customers have asked over the years for DeedMapper to have the ability to "create a
web site" containing their project work.
Well, we've been unsure how to tackle this but the technology landscape has changed to
the point that we've now identified a method
to create read-only project web files. So we've created a demo and would like to have
your feedback. The demo corresponds to the
metes and bounds sample project that comes with DeedMapper. (If you're not familiar
with the samples, open the Help menu and select
Samples to view the sample projects in DeedMapper.)
Here's the address for the web version of the metes and bounds sample project:
The web page is compatible with the Firefox and Internet Explorer 9 browsers. (Earlier
versions of Internet Explorer are not
supported. And we haven't tested with Chrome, Safari, or other browsers.)
To operate the demo use the buttons to change scale or jump to the Table View. Use the
arrow keys to navigate. Do not use the
browser's scroll bars to navigate in the Plot View. In the Table View you can jump to
a particular parcel by clicking its blue Item
Features demonstrated: Accurate rendering of parcels and background maps. Owner name
display. Accurate copy of the Table View, with
links to Plot View parcels.
Not demonstrated but assumed to be do-able: Handling of background images such as topo
maps. Printing of the Plot View area.
Would something like this meet your needs for making your work public? Feedback on all
aspects of the demo is welcome. You can
reply to this list or privately to deeds(a)directlinesoftware.com
If there's sufficient interest we'll put this in a future release, but we have no
date in mind at this time.