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Rotate Map View

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Rotate Map View

Postby variance » Thu Jun 24, 2010 4:28 pm

HI,
I want to rotate the map so I am looking at things in 3D (like google earth). The point of doing this is that I want to show a sort of bar graph on the map with different values for height. I want the user to be able to see the bar height which means that I need the user to have a titled view. Is this possible with Maps? If not, do you know how I could do this?
Thanks
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