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Mount Rainier and Seattle on "Service 3".

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"Service 3" in the Seattle Area is a stunner. I am using a map_version of "1.7" - this covers the entire area including Mount Rainier in extreme detail. Go take a helicopter there (up Mount Rainier I mean).Christian

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Hi ChristianCould you tell me (again?) how you get the version id from the different services...Btw (Santa Claus wish) would it be a difficult task for you to include in the ProxyUser.ini file a parameter that would call the latest version as a default choice. Maybe it is not possible...Thank you again for that grrrreat job.RegardsJpP

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Have you also noticed their new water in that area? Look around Whidbey Island, for example (KNUW would make a good starting point). They have a thin strip of photo water along the coastline, and then blend over to their generic water tiles. This looks remarkably similar to your water masks. Look out, they're watching you... :-lol

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I use the Firefox web browser, access their service in Satellite View and then access the "Page Information" menu under Extras. There under the Media tab I can see all opened image URLs. These URLs contain the version specifier somewhere.Getting the current map version for different service would likely require entirely different methods, so I never implemented any generic code to do so.

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>I use the Firefox web browser, access their service in>Satellite View and then access the "Page Information" menu>under Extras. There under the Media tab I can see all opened>image URLs. These URLs contain the version specifier>somewhere.>>Getting the current map version for different service would>likely require entirely different methods, so I never>implemented any generic code to do so.> OK Christian, thank you for the tips.JpP

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