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We are aware that there is a small problem with displaying the results of a query.

We see it by looking at the following four screens:

– With Huawei Tower, resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels, longitudes are not seen

– With small Huawei, MateBook, resolution 3000 x 2000 pixels, the longitudes are not seen

– With smartphones, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, neither longitudes nor latitudes are seen

– With old Vaio notebook, resolution 1366 x 768 pixels, you can see both latitudes and longitudes

So it’s a display problem.



If this has saved the Owners € 100,000 in spending and 7 months of slowing down on the road to putting the software online, it seems to us an excellent thing.

Obviously we already consider a “prodigy” that you can use a mobile phone instead of a desktop computer and if complex searches cannot be carried out on this device, “fuke you” to the APP!


Obviously it’s a little different for desktop computer searches where we think most of the important user analysis will happen. In this case, if it is not possible to do otherwise, the end user can temporarily change the resolution of their screen (I believe that no one in the world works with 1366 x 768 anymore) and read the longitudes there too.

This was the blog we were about to publish, but in the few days we were writing it, the situation changed again (for the better!) and now you can also see the geographic latitude and longitude columns on the PC, Mac screen and notebooks in high and very high resolution.

Note: since the works are “in progress”, it is possible that sometimes the labels are not exact and you may find, for example, that some airports in Canada have the longitude indicated as “East”: do not worry, it is only a small, temporary, display error (the calculations are always very precise).