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Thanks for your great contributions to Hita! Please add in more Kyushu info, it's one of the weaker spots of Wikitravel's Japan coverage. -- Jpatokal 06:03, 22 July 2006 (EDT)

The subway prices in Seoul are supposed to go up in September, so I'm just a little ahead of the curve :) Jpatokal 07:57, 9 August 2006 (EDT)

Google maps[edit]

See Wikitravel:External links and Wikitravel:Mapmaking Expedition. Basically, Wikitravel aims to be fully self-sustaining and you can't click links on a printout. Jpatokal 00:03, 6 February 2007 (EST)

We do have a tool to look at maps from Microsoft, Yahoo, and Google, but it's dependant on the article having the geo template in the article. Since Cincinnati does have a geo template, click "Edit" and scroll down to the bottom to see how it's configured the tool will render a map, if requested. Now, if you look at the "toolbox" on the right hand side of the screen, then click on the "Map" link and a map will show up. You can change which software it displays in by scrolling down to the bottom of the screen and selecting the other map options. -- Andrew H. (Sapphire) 00:04, 6 February 2007 (EST)
Hmmm. I hadn't notice Jpatokal had I replied when I posted this. -- Andrew H. (Sapphire) 00:15, 6 February 2007 (EST)

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