No, it's still there. Drag the photo (the thumbnail not the frame) from the filmstrip and drop it on the map.
If it shows on the map but in the wrong location, you should be able to click and drag the photo from the wrong location to the new one. What happens when you try?
Hi John and Joe,
Thank you for your responses pointing out the ability to drag from the filmstrip. Dragging from the film strip does work, but that's not what I'm trying to do
For example, I took eight pictures in the same location. When displayed in the Maps Module they appear in two places as seen below. What I used to be able to do was drag the selected set (yellow 4) over to the correctly located group. I don't remember which key combination allowed the drag, but it did work at one time.
That may be a trick of memory. When you click the 4 that is now yellow, those 4 are selected in the filmstrip and you can now drag and drop them elsewhere. When you drag them over the orange location, it briefly changes colour.
Ok, I'll concede some trickery of memory. But, I was able to consolidate photos within the map portion of the UI. Until now, I had no idea that you could use the filmstrip in this fashion.
Hopefully, someone will support my claim.
Btw, I'm using a MacBook Pro and have been a (light to moderate) user of LR for nearly two years.