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While I have no trouble with getting Google Earth, the resolution of the images is not very good. I have looked over the options within Earth, and did some fiddling, I just didn't see any good results that I could tell with the image resolution problem. Does Firefox have any suggestions or tricks to get better image resolution in Google Earth? Can anyone help? Thank you.

While I have no trouble with getting Google Earth, the resolution of the images is not very good. I have looked over the options within Earth, and did some fiddling, I just didn't see any good results that I could tell with the image resolution problem. Does Firefox have any suggestions or tricks to get better image resolution in Google Earth? Can anyone help? Thank you.
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Matthew Thomas
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The browser version is limited. The version that you can download (Google Earth Pro) has much higher resolution images. It is free.

The browser version is limited. The version that you can download (Google Earth Pro) has much higher resolution images. It is free.
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Matthew Thomas, thanks for the reply. Google Earth Pro is the version I am using. Just think the images I see should be better. Do you have any opinion about the graphics mode selection, either OpenGL or DirectX? What about anistropic filtering. What is that and what should it be set at? High, medium or off? Any suggestions? Thank you.

Matthew Thomas, thanks for the reply. Google Earth Pro is the version I am using. Just think the images I see should be better. Do you have any opinion about the graphics mode selection, either OpenGL or DirectX? What about anistropic filtering. What is that and what should it be set at? High, medium or off? Any suggestions? Thank you.
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