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3/1/18
Original Poster
Franek O

Street View / Maps - how to set a solid blue line for tour/constellation?

Hi everybody.

I was looking for a long time but I have not found an answer anywhere.

I uploaded a short piece of Park tour (6 of 412 panos). I successfully combined the panoramas.

But there is my qustion. This panoramas are visble as a simple blue dots (when i catch pegman). Is there any way to change this blue dots view to blue line/path view? (same as standard street view from regular streets/other parks)

I just want to set my 412 panoramas of this park as a solid blue line. Any ideas?

Thanks and cheers.
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treebles
3/1/18
treebles
Hi Franek,
The conversion of the connected blue dots to a blue line is a work in progress and not guaranteed to work at this moment.
It is necessary to enable the Auto-connect 360 photos setting and if the requirements have not changed the photo spheres should be no farther than 5 meters apart, while yours are 6 meters or longer apart.
Are you a trusted photographer?
if you are, I would recommend that you check also the private board for trusted photographers in the Local Guides Connect community where you may have more up-to-date information about this subject.
https://www.localguidesconnect.com/
3/1/18
Original Poster
Franek O
@treebles thx for fast response!

You are very accurate - most of my panoramas are 5,5/6 meteres (8 steps). In some corner situations 3,5 meteres (5 steps).

So now, when i will upload all of these 412 panoramas i will change my local park in "Blue Dots Park"? :)
It's not the best way but if it must be that way i will do it.
I can't go back and make another photos because park has changed and most of trees have been cut (replacement of trees).

On official street view help page is written - "if you want to use auto connect you need to have a trusted badge activated". So if this is true, even with this option turned "ON" in App i will not be able to do blue line paths. https://support.google.com/maps/answer/7011737?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en

Regards!


VLo
3/1/18
VLo
Hy - in an android app you can connect the dots yourself...
treebles
3/1/18
treebles
Hi Franek,
You are correct, I forgot about the requirement about being a trusted photographer.
Are you not a trusted photographer yet?
3/2/18
Original Poster
Franek O
Not yet :) I will try to get trusted badge before next "park project". Thx for help!
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