What is the easiest way of returning to the overhead satellite view in Google Earth when exiting street view.
After looking at street view in a road, I click on the "Exit Photo" button at the top right of the window. The overhead view re-appears but it is tilted, zoomed right in and the north indicator is not at the top.
To get back to where I was, I have to use the navigation buttons to zoom out, remove the tilt to achieve a vertical view and rotate the image to get north correctly orientated.
You could try using the Backspace key to go back a stage at a time for each press of the Backspace key. Alternatively you can use the Left Alt + Left Arrow key combination in place of the Backspace key.
Another method of getting back to earlier viewed web pages is to use the drop down list on the navigation buttons. If you click the small down arrow just to the right of the navigation left/right buttons a list of previously visited pages will be displayed for you to choose one. If the list doesn't go back far enough pick the bottom one and then try again.
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