Le 14/10/2016 à 11:34, Gary Stainburn a écrit : > On Friday 14 October 2016 09:11:08 Franc3a7ois Patte wrote: >> Bonjour, >> >> I have just installed googleearth (stable current) from an rpm >> downloaded from google-earth site. >> >> It seems to work, but if I ask for a location, it always zooms at the >> same place: somewhere in the atlantic ocean south of Africa, south of >> the Ivory coast. >> >> Is it a bug? Is there something to configure? >> >> Thank you. > > I believe that GoogleEarth tries to detect your location and default to > there. > If it cannot do it by any other means I think it takes the location from your > IP address.
No! This is not the problem I have: when I open googleearth, it centers on France which is a good choice if it tries first to take my location from IP address. *But* if I search a location, say Paris, it goes in the Atlantic ocean, south of the Ivory coast. > > Does your ISP have an office on a ship? I'll send it a mail to enquire about this! -- François Patte UFR de mathématiques et informatique Laboratoire CNRS MAP5, UMR 8145 Université Paris Descartes 45, rue des Saints Pères F-75270 Paris Cedex 06 Tél. +33 (0)1 8394 5849 http://www.math-info.univ-paris5.fr/~patte
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