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Google earth satellite map/pro problems on Mac 10.6.8

Discussion in 'Apple Mac' started by Randall888, Mar 17, 2017.

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  1. Randall888

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    Was going to google maps then hitting satellite to view for years no trouble. Now i can view satellite but cannot move the picture up/down/left/right. I can only zoom. Unable to give my location. Tried clearing cache and restarting.

    Downloaded google earth pro but cannot open.
     
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    Update. Problem solved about Google maps. Point and click. Duh.

    Still cannot open up free Google Earth Pro
     
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    First, which MAC software are you using? There have been compatibility issues with Google Earth Pro and Sierra. Google apparently hasn't updated the Pro edition for Sierra yet.
     
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    I have an older MacBook Pro. Not sure on the software. Just tried loading a free program. Luckily Google earth is enough for me. Thank you for your informative reply
     
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