Okay, this is only beta-status right now, but the idea is quite cool imo.
On any map-comments page, there is a link to GMCS (graphical map commenting system), the idea is to replace mapimages with stuff drawn in it to explain changes one would make.
Right now, the stuff is horribly slow, give it 1-2 minutes to load. Your symbol will only be visible after refreshing the page. The text is displayed if you keep the mouse on one of the symbols.
Well, I just did some math. It is over 8,000 of these points that are displayed. Let's say it is 20byte for a point (remember that there is always a Link that goes with it) That's about 160 KB of extra traffic. Having this amount of Data to reload every time you post would not be very reasonable. I'm thinking about reducing the number of points to 32*32 instead of 64*64, or maybe I just let it that way. I think I will add an extra page. On the first, only the current comments are displayed, on the secound you will be able to post new ones. I don't know how to realise that now, I'll see.
Also, I just saw that the images just repeat if the image is smaller than 768*768. I will change it so that they don't.
No way I can make that sure. You click where you want. If it was only for IE users, I'd need no link at all, just the image and it's "alt" tag would be enough. But at least my FF shows no "alt" information when hovering the image. So I added the same information as in the alt-tag for the image in the link, this way you can read the comments with FF, too.
when you added display comments you moved image down, but you didnt move the dots, so the dots on gmcs isnt acurate with dots in image. so every symbol gets misplaced with about 10 dots vertical! :P Easyest sollution: put "display" options below image :o