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9/15/17
Original Poster
Nick Malvern

Google Maps API problem for GeoTag

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Hi I have been using the last version of Picasa, started used 'Picasa Starter' and had used the FixPicasaMap.reg and modified geopanelscript_v3.html and all was good under Windows 10. Now, probably since the recent update to Windows 10, I am
Hi
I have been using the last version of Picasa
and had used the FixPicasaMap.reg and modified geopanelscript_v3.html and all was good under Windows 10.
Now, probably since the recent update to Windows 10, I am getting a message: "You are using a browser that is not supported by the Google Maps JavaScript API. Consider changing your browser" when trying to GeoTag a picture.
But Google Maps claims to work with the latest version of EDGE (I am using the standard Win10 browser).

Can anyone enlighten me as to exactly what the problem is, and better still how to solve it.
Many thanks.

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RinusA
9/16/17
RinusA
9/16/17
Original Poster
Nick Malvern
OK - transferred the discussion back there - I wasn't sure if anyone would see it as it has been dormant for a while. This thread could now be deleted - if that is possible!
RinusA
9/16/17
RinusA
Perhaps a topcontributor like Jim can do this, but it does not matter very much because there is a link to the larger thread. 
Rinus

PS: I had a very nice walk over the beautiful Malvern-hills in 1995


9/16/17
Original Poster
Nick Malvern
Glad you enjoyed Malvern - I is a nice spot to live!
Christine Schulze-Dammert
11/21/17
Christine Schulze-Dammert
I found a solution
regedit:
HKey_Current_User\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\FeatureControl\Feature_Browser_Emulation
Add a DWORD named "picasa3.exe" and set to 2af8.
Then Picasa shows the location of a picture again.
I guess, this was changed during the last upgrade of Windows 10
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Ajoull Respersus
2/9/19
Ajoull Respersus
Thank you Christine. This also works for my Picasa's problem on Windows 7. Again, thank you, terima kasih.
 

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