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=94.Trevor Brooking>=3B From: firstname.lastname@example.org>=3B To: linux-audio-user@lists=
.linuxaudio.org>=3B Date: Fri=2C 21 Sep 2012 09:38:34 -0400>=3B=
Subject: Re: [LAU] Google Map of linux audio users>=3B >=3B On=
Fri=2C 2012-09-21 at 10:12 +0200=2C Robert Jonsson wrote:>=3B &g=
t=3B >=3B >=3B >=3B Cool!>=3B >=3B >=3B >=3B =
>=3B >=3B Though=2C ehm=2C it seems anyone can move locations=2C is thi=
s perhaps a>=3B >=3B setting? Maybe it's just my own view=2C didn't=
look that way though.>=3B >=3B >=3B >=3B >=3B >=3B=
ScottL=2C if you are reading this=2C I mistakenly happened to move your>=3B >=3B icon=2C you might want to move it back to where it was. Or y=
ou could>=3B >=3B move=2C I guess...>=3B >=3B >=3B &g=
t=3B >=3B >=3B Regards=2C>=3B >=3B Robert>=3B >=
=3B Yeah=2C if you can edit=2C apparently you can edit everything.>=
=3B >=3B When you move an icon=2C Google immediately asks if you mea=
nt to do that=2C>=3B and offers you an UNDO. So please be careful and=
take advantage of that>=3B immediate undo if anyone accidentally mov=
es someone's locations.>=3B >=3B Rich...>=3B >=3B =
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