So for now I just thought I'd throw this out there, and see what the reaction is.
Very, very cool, McDarren
! especially seeing as how Google Earth is now available for Linux.
One minor nit (and I think this afflicts the Big Monk Map too, so it's possibly some shared code somewhere)... negative longitude values between 0 and -1 seem to get parsed as their absolute values.... e.g. my -0.33" position is interpreted as 0.33"
Other than that, very very cool. ++
Kids, you tried your hardest, and you failed miserably. The lesson is: Never try.
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