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You can see what areas have higher resolution here:-
Not sure if there are different levels of the higher resolution though.
Welcome, frustrated would-be planet surfer.
We appreciate your interest in accessing 3D geospatial information, but due to the technical limitations of this beta launch, Google Earth has been forced to take a brief breather. Please check back with us soon.
The Google Earth Team
The download is only available for the Pro version as of now.
yes I tried Keyhole about year ago, but cannot find it in Add/Remove programs right now, so this means that Keyhole was unistalled.
Minute ago installed from same file on another PC, which never had Keyhole installed and everything goes clear. No login, no password.
Seems like question is: How to kill trails of Keyhole on my laptop?
If you right click on...
What is this near Austin Texas?
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Is there anyway that you can get directions based on using a certain highway or backroad though?
I'm wondering if the photo views get better on close ups when you pay for the professional subscription. I'm happy with the results but when you get out to a location outside a big city, the resolution is blurry.
For example, my mother in-law lives in Ronks, PA, and that's all blurry. Also, Smithville Flats, NY, blurry (I used to go there often,many years ago).
Checket out 1500 Canal Street to see the detail on the Park Plaza Hotel where we had Webmasterworld last week....interesting...I could not quite get all the detail I wanted but it was sorta recognizable now that I've been to New Orleans.
On the other hand, Las Vegas (where we'll be in November) had alot of detai.
My wife was looking at where she last lived in Poland, and she hasen't been back in 30 years (it's like reliving your childhood).
I recently visited the web page and saw the above headline. I'm assuming that there were too many downloads or something? Anyone know what's happening exactly? Luckily I downloaded a copy last night... It's a great app, score one for G!
I like the idea but Google maps loaded 100x faster..
When I try and log in I receive an error message (...?answer=20717) suggesting that my firewall or other 'malicious' software is blocking access.
I first added GoogleEarth as an exception to the firewall and finally just switched off the firewall all together - neither helped and I still cannot log in.
Is the problem on my PC or is it down to the fact that the site is temperorily closed? Can others still use GoogleEarth?
But it is an amazing tool, I went to one place I thought was on the East Coast of the US only to find it is actually on the West- duh!
I do have serious concerns though what this could do to search (re my sites/SERPS) in the future though, because it is a lot more fun than using G's regular search.
Starting GEarth with WinTV2000 running locks up my WinXP Pro PC. Repeatable - have to hard reset to recover. Could be WinTV, GEarth, problem with conflicting GDI calls, or just my bad luck.
...or maybe it's the phone cops
Makes me wanna shutdown my computer pack my things and just travel there myself.
And for the next holidays I'll check before I book if the hotel is really as close to the beach as the catalogue says.