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At first picture are 37 + 1 + 1 + 1 photos.

 

At second - 38 + 2. Some markers joined.

 

At third - 38 + 2 (almost hidden by 38).

 

At forth - 38 + 2 (a few pixels of black marker's border visible only).

 

Why they are not joined to one marker with 40 pictures?

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At first picture are 37 + 1 + 1 + 1 photos.

 

At second - 38 + 2. Some markers joined.

 

At third - 38 + 2 (almost hidden by 38).

 

At forth - 38 + 2 (a few pixels of black marker's border visible only).

 

Why they are not joined to one marker with 40 pictures?

 

Any comments, Murat?

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It is better - markers joins. But too late.

 

I agree, better but not perfect.

 

First screen shot : Ok,

Second screen shot : why not. (you can't see how many images there is under hidden geo tag, tags shoud be grouped ?)

Third image : All geo tags should be grouped. You can't discern them.

Fourth image : Ok.

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I agree, better but not perfect.

 

First screen shot : Ok,

Second screen shot : why not. (you can't see how many images there is under hidden geo tag, tags shoud be grouped ?)

Third image : All geo tags should be grouped. You can't discern them.

Fourth image : Ok.

 

Yes, I think marks should be grouped at second screenshot, because I can't see number on lower one.

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