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OK, friends, I confess, I come here to push my software to you. But our products [Google Satellite SuperGet] [Google Map SuperGet] [Google Terrain SuperGet][Bing Satellite SuperGet][Bing Map SuperGet][Yahoo Satellite SuperGet][Yahoo Map SuperGet] are truly high-efficiency in downloading and mosaicing map images,format as "GeoTIF","Geojpg". They are indeed smart tool which can help you download small tile images with coordinates information from Google,Bing,Yahoo. You can view downloaded maps offline. Moreover you can easily get the longitude and latitude of each exported image.
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and how does this not infringe copyright?

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and how does this not infringe copyright?

China: There is no copyright law there!
For OpenStreetMap there are already tools and plugins in QGIS to download and style the tiles.

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so half the world play (or are bound) by the rules and the other half sit back and smile...

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and how does this not infringe copyright?

China: There is no copyright law there!
For OpenStreetMap there are already tools and plugins in QGIS to download and style the tiles.


OK, friends, don't say like that. As an chinese I feel heart broken when I say your words. Our work is just to help you download images more conveniently. However, Google's Privacy Policy emphasize that the user should appropriately use the images within the copyright google allowed. So whether there is any copyright problem, it's all depend on how you use the images.
Learn more about the terms and conditions of the image-using,
click "http://www.google.co...terms_maps.html". :D

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so half the world play (or are bound) by the rules and the other half sit back and smile...

I THINK you are truly a good guy!

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For those of you using ArcGIS, you can bring in Bing StreetMaps, Bing Satellite Imagery and other base maps (not Google) directly into ArcMap, at least in version 10. great way of having a quick map/image reference for whatever you're working on.

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For those of you using ArcGIS, you can bring in Bing StreetMaps, Bing Satellite Imagery and other base maps (not Google) directly into ArcMap, at least in version 10. great way of having a quick map/image reference for whatever you're working on


Same with MapInfo v10.5 & 11 :)


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OK, friends, don't say like that. As an chinese I feel heart broken when I say your words. Our work is just to help you download images more conveniently. However, Google's Privacy Policy emphasize that the user should appropriately use the images within the copyright google allowed. So whether there is any copyright problem, it's all depend on how you use the images.
Learn more about the terms and conditions of the image-using,
click "http://www.google.co...terms_maps.html". :D


Have you actually read these terms and conditions?

2. Restrictions on Use. Unless you have received prior written authorization from Google (or, as applicable, from the provider of particular Content), you must not:
(a) access or use the Products or any Content through any technology or means other than those provided in the Products, or through other explicitly authorized means Google may designate (such as through the Google Maps/Google Earth APIs);
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(e) use the Products in a manner that gives you or any other person access to mass downloads or bulk feeds of any Content, including but not limited to numerical latitude or longitude coordinates, imagery, and visible map data;


Igor Brejc
author of Maperitive, an OSM-based mapmaking software

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For those of you using ArcGIS, you can bring in Bing StreetMaps, Bing Satellite Imagery and other base maps (not Google) directly into ArcMap, at least in version 10. great way of having a quick map/image reference for whatever you're working on


Same with MapInfo v10.5 & 11 :)


Didn't know people still use Mapinfo? Can you open tab files from v.10 in v.8.5?

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For those of you using ArcGIS, you can bring in Bing StreetMaps, Bing Satellite Imagery and other base maps (not Google) directly into ArcMap, at least in version 10. great way of having a quick map/image reference for whatever you're working on


Same with MapInfo v10.5 & 11 :)


Same with Manifold 8 (plus a bunch of other image servers).

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For those of you using ArcGIS, you can bring in Bing StreetMaps, Bing Satellite Imagery and other base maps (not Google) directly into ArcMap, at least in version 10. great way of having a quick map/image reference for whatever you're working on


Same with MapInfo v10.5 & 11 :)


Didn't know people still use Mapinfo? Can you open tab files from v.10 in v.8.5?



LOL - You'll find that it's still quite heavily used in the Local Authority sector in the UK.

You can open a tab file created in v10 in v8 as long as it does't have a date/time field, as this datatype was added in version 9. If you open the '.tab' file in a text editor, the 2nd line shows the lowest version of MapInfo that the table will open in.


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LOL - You'll find that it's still quite heavily used in the Local Authority sector in the UK.

You can open a tab file created in v10 in v8 as long as it does't have a date/time field, as this datatype was added in version 9. If you open the '.tab' file in a text editor, the 2nd line shows the lowest version of MapInfo that the table will open in.
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Hopefully that will change and local authorities move to Open Source GIS. Mapinfo has gone through lots of take over and each version is for the new owner to cash some of their investment. No major improvements....

I was a heavy Mapinfo user, but totally converted to QGIS (+GRASS) and not missing a single MI feature...




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