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Mike Sharp
Mike Sharp Updated

Setting map zoom level for member management.

We have just gone live with the latest version of invision and have noticed that the map zoom level is very local and to see where the member is we need to zoom out quite a long way (our forum tends to focus on UK specific topics so we have a process to warn overseas members before they join). Is there a place we can set the default for the zoom as I don't seem to be able to find it.

 

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Enrique Esparza
InVision ambassador Enrique Esparza , InVision Employee , ambassador

Hey Mark,

Thanks for posting here in Community, regarding map zoom levels. I'm not certain I'm familiar with the functionality you are inquiring about. Could you provide a screenshot and confirm if you are seeing this from a Freehand Template or a different document type, and if so which one?

Best,
Enrique

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Mike Sharp
InVision ambassador Mike Sharp , ambassador Edited

Hi Enrique.

Here are two views of what I see. The first (LEFT) is the typical zoom level of the map when I am admitting a new member, as we are UK based forum (who talk mainly about UK based self build home construction.) We inform overseas applicants as a courtesy and from this level of zoom I cannot see this directly, have either to zoom out or click on the see all IP addresses which then tells me. I would like to set the level of zoom to full global (RIGHT) and then I can see immediately where they are (or might be if they are using a VPN). 

Hope this makes sense.

Mike

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