Where Have You Been In Your Life? is webware which allows you create a visual travelogue indicating where in the World or the US you have visited. Country and state colors are contrasting so the map ends up multicolored. A counter is also displayed
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows CE, Unix, Mac OS
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Description: Where Have You Been In Your Life is webware which allows you create a visual travelogue indicating where in the World or the US you have visited. Country and state colors are contrasting so the map ends up multicolored instead of all one color as with similar projects. This project also allows one to save the map as an image, to make a permanent URL and to blow it up into a poster of any size while continuing to use media of smaller size say letter or A4. A counter tells you how many states or countries you have visited.
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