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Want Google Earth in your browser? Don’t use Google Chrome.

I’ve been trying various mapping APIs and took a look at Google’s new Earth browser plug-in. It looked a bit odd in IE7 so I tried Google Chrome. Not supported:

Given that it now works in Safari on the Mac (which also uses Webkit) I’m a little surprised. No doubt the team will add it soon, but this sort of thing doesn’t help Chrome adoptiom.

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