Atlas of the European Arachnids
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Sources can be linked together (only by editors).
URLs in comments are converted to hyperlinks.
Better support for mobile devices with small screens.
Order of records is configurable in user's settings.
internal changes, Bugfixes.
Species names and biotope types can be entered directly in the selection list.
When duplicating a record you can now change the location and source.
Error when searching for location names when creating a new location;
Automatic forwarding when searching for a species yields exactly one result;
You can now use BBCode in location descriptions.
Verification of new EMail addresses failed.
Log-in using EMail address;
Show locations as TK grid in source maps as necessary;
Detailed source lists for species statistics;
New time range selector for species record maps.
Decades can be hidden when printing;
Print additional federal states (Germany);
Improved record history statistics;
Selection dialog when searching for a location in the map has more than one result.
Default search mode in user settings
Map view of a single source
Zoom map with the mouse wheel (via user settings)
More regions for printing function
"My Locations" view
Fixed TK numbers in printed maps.
Enhanced printing function.
Print a recording status.
Changed editorial system.
links to the CSCF (Centre Suisse de Cartographie de la Faune)
Updated import function.
Attachments for messages
Images can now be uploaded together with a single new record.
Bookmarks for biotope types
Direct navigation from species to species
Display filter for records,
Date entry in German format (DD.MM.YYYY).
New entry form for multiple records in table format.
Additional user settings regarding map format.
The conversion and further work is completed. The system was switched to normal operation.
The conversion of the previous recording scheme has started.
Christoph Muster has delivered the Pseudoscorpion records from Klaus Lippold to the atlas. There are now over 1500 records with a high degree of detail.
Aloys Staudt has provided very detailed data from his collection/database. The data contain a total of 78812 records. Thank you very much!
Implementation for the new Atlas has started.