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Apparently, the feature to right click on a location ("what's here?) and get GPS coordinates for a location while in Google Maps has been changed recently. Now all I get is street addresses or worse when I right click on a location. Are GPS coordatines available through Google Maps now? If not, can we get that feature back? I'm simply using a laptop that runs MS Explorer---nothing fancy or overly-mobile or exotic.

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Don't know what it has to do with Apple…

… but the coordinates are in both the info drop-down & the URL

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  • When I do that, I only get a street address, or just the county name. No cooridates anywhere. – Jim Rau May 15 '15 at 14:16
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    Then you need a different browser. Internet Explorer for Mac was discontinued in 2005. – Tetsujin May 15 '15 at 14:19

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