Direction cursor missing

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    MarineTraffic

    Dear Bill,
    This is a feature that is available for vessels moving over a certain speed. If a vessel is moving under that speed, this cursor is missing. Have you seen this happening for vessels moving at higher speeds?

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    BILL BLACK

    Hi Chris
    Thanks for the reply but I think you’re not understanding what the problem is.

    I’m talking about the direction cursor in the upper right hard corner of the screen that you click to move the display up and down. It’s with the zoom in/zoom out vertical bar. It has nothing to do with any individual vessels but controls the screen.

    I don’t know if this is a Google or Marine Traffic issue but in any event it’s very annoying.

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    Marc Servranckx

    Dear Bill
    Click-on your mouse in the in the middle of your screen and let it glide to the left, right up of down the chart shall move in the same direction
    Regards
    A MarineTraffic user

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    BILL BLACK

    Mark et al.
    OK - thanks. Discovered the change last night.

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    MarineTraffic

    Hello Bill, Hello Marc,
    The removal of the moving tool is a choice made by google and we are already looking for a way to revert back to the old view of their maps and cursor.
    You can use a mouse to move on every direction and the middle wheel to zoom in and out, as Marc said.
    Another way you can move in the map is by using the arrows on your keyboard. Click on the map once and then use them. The zoom function can be controlled with the use of keyboard buttons as well. You can zoom in by Shift&(+), zoom out by Shift&(-).
    I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

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    BILL BLACK

    Thanks for this but the MacBook Air that I use has no mouse capability, and the keyboard arrows don't seem to work. Unless and until you get Google to restore the missing direction cursor, I'm using the track pad "hand" cursor to move around - seems to work fine.

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