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  1. zetzsche
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  3. Friday, August 26 2016, 04:08 PM
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Hi there,
how to get a google map with the single position and adress of the user into the profile view in the frontend?
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  1. http://opticscout.freshlens.de/index.php/registrieren
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Admin
Hi,
you can set this field to show on profile, in edit field you will find a parameter called "visible in profile"
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The fieds name is adress, which would shown in the profile, but just text, no map.
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Admin
Hi,
I'm very sorry for too late reply, normally we are very fast during working days, but today we are very busy (due to some staff member in holiday).

Anyway try to check that you have enable "Show Map" parameter in field options (see screenshot).
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zetzsche Accepted Answer
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HI there, no problem, I think, you re really fast :-)
My settings are the same, like on your screenshot.
I'll just see a map on registration for a short time, after saving, theres no map in the public or in the logged in userprofil:-(
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zetzsche Accepted Answer
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just the address, which was chosen will shown in the fronted: public and logged in...
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Admin
Hi,
maybe I have found, your API project seems not properly configured, you can see in screenshot the log from console.

Have you enabled "Google Maps JavaScript API" and "Google Places API Web Service" as explained at http://docs.easy-profile.com/index.php/article/google-maps-api-key (in this page there is also a link with video tutorial) ?
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