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We used Awesomium's demo browser to open this page:

The problem is that the Google Earth window is completely off of its position, in the top-left hand corner, as you can see here:

The same thing happens with the Awesomium WebComponent under Visual Studio.

Does anyone have an idea? Thanks in advance

System: Windows 7 x64.

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I don't see a programming issue here. It sounds like Awesomium may have some bugs. Do you have code that you believe contains an error? – Jeff Yates Nov 30 '11 at 15:11
Your image seems to be a broken link already. Can you reupload it using the imgur upload tool in the post editor? Thanks. – 8088 Dec 16 '11 at 3:33

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