The OpenStreetMap integration (Confluence) macro provides the ability to embed maps based on OpenStreetMap into confluence pages with an easy to use editor, which allows to set a marker on the map with a description.
Insert the macro into a confluence page
Use the standard mechanics to insert a macro into a confluence page.
Type “/” followed by the name of the macro “OpenStreetMap integration”
Configure the macro
After inserting the macro the editor dialog appears. The structure is explained below.
You can reopen the configuration dialog at any time using the standard mechanics of confluence.
While editing the confluence page select the macro and click on the “Edit” button
like shown below.
Location of the “Edit” button
Interactive map on the left
Pan (move) and zoom the map using the mouse.
Pan (move) the map by moving the mouse while holding the left mouse button.
Zoom using the mouse wheel or using the +/- control in the upper left of the map:
“Edit marker?” toggle
Activate the toogle to move the marker on the map.
When activating the toogle the “Show marker?” toogle will be activated for you, if it is not already active.
The marker will move to the center of the visible map and will be fixed there while you can pan and zoom as described above.
When you are happy with the location of the marker deactivate the toogle. The marker will stay at its current position on the map and you can pan and zoom the map without moving the marker.
“Show marker?” toogle
When enabling the toogle the marker is shown on the map. Otherwise no marker is shown on the map.
Even when the marker is not shown the previous location is saved.
“Open marker popup?” toogle
When activated the toogle the popup is shown using the defined text.
You can also open/close the popup by clicking on the marker.
The text entered will be used in the popup above the marker.