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How to use Movavi’s video editor:

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A Quick Step By Step Guide, Plus An Excellent Coupon Resource For You.

Even in case if you’ve never edited video, using Movavi Video Editor (MVE), you can easily create a real masterpiece in a

few steps. Below you’ll find the detailed tutorials, which allow you to show a cool video to your friends just in an hour.

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If you’re still on the fence about what video editing software to get, we’ve found that, once you factor in coupon codes, it’s one of the best budget-friendly video editing software suites around. We found this site to be an …

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Simple Ways to Optimize Windows XP System Performance

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Let’s Face it: Via Virtual Earth is Getting Old.

You may need some tips to keep your old Windows XP running. You can help upgrade it with recommendations from, but until you upgrade, here are some tips to keep it going.

Most computers, whether new or old, will run into performance issues at some point. If your once speedy P.C. is now running slower than a sloth on Valium, you might want to give it a revamp. Here are some simple ways to revitalize your computer and turn it back into the fast and reliable machine it used to …

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Browser Debugging for Virtual Earth = Coupons

Better Than a GoDaddy Coupon.

What’s better than a free voucher code for GoDaddy? Debugging a browser issue that’s been bugging you for hours.

Tracing program execution and debugging code are two of the major challenges of developing JavaScript applications.  These challenges are especially apparent in Virtual Earth, which is essentially a large obfuscated JavaScript library with limited documentation on available methods and no documentation on how the backend API works.  An additional challenge when debugging Virtual Earth applications is deciphering all the CSS classes and HTML elements applied in order to display the Virtual Earth map.  Fortunately, there are …

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Customizing Route Pushpins in V5

Using Virtual Earth version 5.0, you can create driving routes with automatically generated pushpins along the route that contain the driving itinerary inside the pushpin bubbles. After a VEMap.GetRoute call is made in Version 5.0, a VERoute object is returned. The VERoute has itinerary directions but has no information as to the co-ordinate of the route pushpins and no access to their InfoBox descriptions. This article will discuss how to manipulate these pushpins and generate your own version 5.0 route pushpins.

customized-route-pushpinsFigure 1 – Customized route pushpins

The “_dm” Object

To actually manipulate these route pushpins, it’s important to take …

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Fun with IE Image Filters and Virtual Earth

I was playing today with some logos in Photoshop and noticed our graphic design team had inverted our gold logo on a black background to be a nice blue logo on a white background. For fun, I happened to have a Virtual Earth project open at the time and I inverted the default road map in Photoshop.

Wow now thats actually pretty cool, not sure what the usages would be but I wonder how to do this on the VE control?

I know that IE provides filters that can be applied in CSS and this got me thinking about what

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Virtual Earth Conference

The 2020 Via Virtual Earth Conference is On!

Our 3rd Annual Via Virtual Earth Conference is going to be happening in San Diego this May!

2 Main Topics: Virtual Private Networks and Mapping Software.

This conference is all about two main topics: virtual private networks (VPN) and creating mapping software. The conference is going to focus on how mapping technologies will revolutionize several areas of our society. And it will explore how emerging VPN technology will affect privacy and consumer habits. NordVPN also offers a coupon code that’s exclusive for the event.

Update: We’ve received an exclusive travelodge uk voucher …

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