Subject: Maps
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Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 22:16:40 +1000
Hi all,

While on the subject of maps, the new google maps is worth looking at.

As far as I can see there's 2 ways to use it: 1. Browse: the map starts
in the US, so drag the square (bottom right corner) to Australia and
double click your way into the map until you get to your selected
location; 2. Search: type the place name, comma, and then Australia i.e.
'Neds Corner, Australia' or 'Nowingi Track, Australia or 'Paradise Rd,
Australia'. Great stuff, particularly for mud maps etc.


Tim Dolby


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