|I could not find any cause of solution on line, although it seems I am not
| the only one with this problem. But what good is printing a map that is
| printed too lightly to be read?
Are you printing from the webpage? What you
could do would be to save the image, open it in
Irfan View, go to Image -> Color Corrections,
and lower gamma and/or brightness. Then print
I wanted to be able to get Google maps, streetview
and satellite, all easily, in one place, without
needing to allow script at Google. It turns out that
Google makes their map API (functions to get maps)
available for free. The only requirement is that any
software using it 1) be free and 2) have a Google
logo in it. So I wrote the program myself and find
it very handy. It also has settings to adjust saturation
and brightness of the map image, and to save it
to disk as a JPG. It's not as fully featured as the Google
maps site. They don't provide as much functionality
in their free API. But it does pretty much everything
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