MS Virtual Earth (the 3d image/mapping program equiv. to Google Earth). For Anyone Using.

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Robert11, Nov 16, 2006.

  1. Robert11

    Robert11 Guest

    Hi,

    Just downloaded the 3d add-on, and, yes, it seems to work for me.

    But -

    They do have all of Boston imaged, but it seems to be so dark, it's almost
    like you
    are looking at the images around twilight.

    Anyone else notice this ?
    Any reason why, or is there some option, someplace, to correct this ?

    BTW: looked thru Yahoo Groups to see if there is a user forum.Group for
    this, but couldn't
    find any.

    Is there such a Group ? Where, please ?

    Thanks,
    Bob
     
    Robert11, Nov 16, 2006
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  2. "Robert11" tooted the train's whistle in
    for me. > > But - > > They do have all of Boston imaged, but it seems
    to be so dark, > it's almost like you > are looking at the images
    around twilight. > > Anyone else notice this ? > Any reason why, or
    is there some option, someplace, to correct > this ? > > BTW: looked
    thru Yahoo Groups to see if there is a user > forum.Group for this,
    but couldn't > find any. > > Is there such a Group ? Where, please ?

    Looking for a group at Yahoo to let MS know how you think their
    program compares to Google's? That's so holiday-spirited of ya, Bob.
    I'm sure all the billionaires at Yahoo, M$, and Google are going
    "What a guy - and it *is* *the* *thought* that counts!"

    Boston looks good from here. Try your monitor's brightness and
    contrast settings.

    --

    As the snow started to fall,
    he tugged his coat tighter around himself.
    Too tight, as it turned out.

    "This is the fourth coat crushing this year,"
    said the sergeant, as he outlined the body
    with a special pencil that writes on snow.
     
    Bucky Breeder, Nov 16, 2006
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