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How can I get every single pano id in a google maps route?

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hey everyone,

I'm working on a project and I need all the pano_Ids from a route like this: ( so not just all vertices, but every single id inbetween )

http://gmaps-samples.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/streetview/streetview_directions.html

but without the followLink function. I want a list of the pano_ids on initialization.

Is there a easy way to accomplish this? Many thanks,

Miguel
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there's no way way to get all panorama ids, i read the messageboard you opened in google forum and i quite agreed with what been said.

check this link - http://blog.gmapify.fr/comments.php?y=10&m=08&entry=entry100830-140120 (scroll down to Getting directions)

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