Currently Being ModeratedMay 12, 2013 11:43 AM (in response to Ir. Bob)
I can't see your images so I might strike out here. But you do have some control. If you double click a map, it brings up the Map options. If you uncheck a location then the province will return to the original color but you also lose the marker. You also can choose to show or hide the region text. For most of the world that just means the country name - but for the US it includes states and for Canada it includes the provinces. So to get the Canadian province names the same color as the map you would uncheck all the locations and choose to Show the Region Text.
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Currently Being ModeratedMay 13, 2013 12:58 AM (in response to Ir. Bob)
I have found no way at all to prevent Aperture from highlighting the provinces.The only option I see is to print the map to pdf and edit it in Photoshop, then include the edited pdf as regular photo.
Send a feature request to Apple using the lik in the "Aperture" drop down menu: Provide Aperture Feedback.
BTW: for me your included photos have been showing all along ...
I agree with leonieDF here. I have never been able to get Aperture to make a map that does not need some editing. Here is a recent one. After exporting the page to TIFF via the print to PDF menu I did a lot of work in PS. I filled in the rest of the states with the darker color, made the lines in PS and also created the box for the title in PS. To maximize the text quality, I put all the text on the page in Aperture.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 13, 2013 5:08 AM (in response to grizzly marmot)
The thing is, it used to work. So it should be possible to get it to work again. Unless of course this is an 'improvement' made by Apple in between one update or the other. So my best shot indeed would be to provide feedback to Apple.
I agree with you. It actually seemed like a bug to me when I first encounted the issue. Why would you want to indicate that you visited an area with two indicators - a dot and a change in map color? Only one of these is needed and most of the time the dot is the appropriate one. I can't wait for the surprises in version 4.