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You totally can! It's admittedly difficult to find (or at least it was for me). Navigate to Google Maps and make sure you're signed in (note: not sure if this works on a mobile device). Click on the little "hamburger menu" inside the address search bar (in the upper left hand corner of the map, at least on my browser). Click on "My Maps" You can ...


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You can edit it in Google Bookmarks (https://www.google.com/bookmarks/)


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In your blue box: a paved walking/biking trail. Green box: an unpaved hiking trail. Red box: a road. Black box: property lines. (If you switch between map and satellite view, you can see the correspondence.)


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For IE10+, I just had to update the icon source location. Worked ok in Chrome. //updated icon source June 2015 var imgsrc = "http://chart.googleapis.com/chart?chst=d_map_pin_letter&chld=" + 1 + "|00FF00|000000&.png"; var img = new google.maps.MarkerImage(imgsrc);


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This macro from OcoCarbon should be perfect for you. Do note the API limit.



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