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Hmm.
It works on my office machine, but doesn't work on my home machine.
They have the same OS, and had the same version of GoogleEarth.
When it didn't work at home, I downloaded a newer version... and it still
doesn't work there.
Is there some secret toggle switch I'm forgetting?
Thanks again,
Dan

P.S. Brodhead Creek drops 164 feet in 2.17 miles and yesterday each 164 of
them was a blast.


 
Jeremy Malczyk wrote on 10/29/07 11:47 AM:

> Works on mine, or it did last time I tried it.
> 
> ----- Original Message ----
>> From: telenaut <[log in to unmask]>
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>> Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 7:47:20 AM
>> Subject: [SKIVT-L] Google Earth question
>> 
>> My Google Earth no longer displays elevation.
>> Toggling in Preferences between meters and feet makes no
>> difference.
>> 
>  Neither
>> shows.
>> Is it no longer a feature of the free version?
>> TIA,
>> Dan
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