StreetDirectory.com maps no longer display


ricohflex

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Noticed this after I tried the new Google Maps which is also in testing stage.

The Maps of StreetDirectory.com no longer display.

Perhaps StreetDirectory.com is testing a Beta a 3-D map.

http://www.streetdirectory.com/

Is it only my PC or are others affected too.
 

Octarine

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Everything fine here, maybe some updates? DT line is now included (maybe it was already earlier, noticed only know).
 

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mine affected too. running win 8 and tried to view on chrome, ff and ie. all failed
 

ricohflex

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May be due to a Microsoft security update.
After you install security update 896358 or security update 890175, you may experience one or more of the following symptoms:
Certain kinds of Web-based programs may not work correctly. For example, a table of contents in HTML Help may no longer work.
Certain HTML Help features may not work when you open a .chm file from a remote location. For example, the Related Topics feature may not work.
Do a right click on the webpage and Google reports under View Page Info > Connection
The identity of this website has not been verified.
And that is why the HTML does not display.

Google Maps & Street Directory are competitors. So Google search engine blocks off access to StreetDirectory.com

Anyway, there is a new Street.com.sg which seems to be affiliated with Google. Because it has built in Google Street view, while showing HDB block numbers. This one has no problems displaying the map. In the end the real reason is .......MONEY.

http://www.street.com.sg/search-street.php?street=changi+Road,+Singapore&topic=divorce+lawyers


There is a second new Singapore-Street-Directory.com

http://www.singapore-street-directory.com/
 

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Octarine

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Still everything working fine. Strangely, the mobile version also still works well on an Android phone. Wouldn't that be the first thing getting blocked according your money 'theory'?
But maybe it helps if you focus less on silly conspiracy theories but on technical details?
The kb articles refer to HTML help files, not websites.
Secondly, check the 'View Page Info' with Clubsnap website - darn, the same 'not verified'. What now?
These two other links show some knock-offs of URA map service. Use them if you like them. But stop spreading silly rumours about websites if you have no idea about basic technical things.
 

Rashkae

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May be due to a Microsoft security update.

Do a right click on the webpage and Google reports under View Page Info > Connection

And that is why the HTML does not display.

Google Maps & Street Directory are competitors. So Google search engine blocks off access to StreetDirectory.com

Anyway, there is a new Street.com.sg which seems to be affiliated with Google. Because it has built in Google Street view, while showing HDB block numbers. This one has no problems displaying the map. In the end the real reason is .......MONEY.

http://www.street.com.sg/search-street.php?street=changi+Road%2C+Singapore&topic=divorce%2Blawyers

There is a second new Singapore-Street-Directory.com

http://www.singapore-street-directory.com/
Nonsense lah you. Stop spreading B.S. conspiracy theories.
 

hanzohattori

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Nonsense lah you. Stop spreading B.S. conspiracy theories.
Maybe uncle RF is actually Edward Snowden :think:
Can admin check the originatin IP address to see if its from russian IP block :bsmilie:
 

Rashkae

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Maybe uncle RF is actually Edward Snowden :think:
Can admin check the originatin IP address to see if its from russian IP block :bsmilie:
Snowden leaks real documents. He does not invent conspiracy theories based on a lack of understanding/ignorance.
 

ricohflex

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It's working again. Maybe they got enough complaints & someone finally debugged the problem at Google and/or StreetDirectory.com.
 

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