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You have to reproject every line into an azimutal equidistant projection based on one of its points, then densify the line. Since all points of your grid are connected to three lines, you can densify those three with the same projection. The Densify Geometry tool allows to densify only selected elements. See my example here on how to create great circles ...


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Try layering the TOC something like this (disregarding the label layers) and then use Map to KML: Districts: empty fill, white lines 1pt Constituencies: empty file, black lines 2pt Full Area (run dissolve tool on one of the above layers): red fill, blue outline 3pt It's especially useful to have separate layers because you can toggle them in GE. If you ...


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This is more a comment than an answer.... Converted it with FME workbench (safesoftware) is a 15mb.kmz can add styles to the layers too. the data was a personal geodatabase (.mdb).


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To export all data within the mdb file, first add them to a mxd (map) and then save the mxd and use "Map to kml" tool. To export only one feature class use "Layer to Kml" tool.


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You are encountering the difference between a projected coordinate system and a geographic coordinate system. Google Earth reads all coordinates as if they were in Geographic Coordinate System WGS 1984, a.k.a. WGS84. So latitude/longitude coordinates (45.215, -162.6548) will show up correctly (as long as you use the WGS84 datum). Your UTM data, on the ...


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One option (not elegant but quick) is to view the locale in GE, then press SHIFT + LEFT/RIGHT ARROW KEY. Try this and you'll get a feel for best view angle, etc. Once you get good at that, use the Record-a-Tour button on the toolbar to record your motion. Save the tour and you'll see it appear in your My Places. Then if you want to view the code you've ...


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The sidebar in Google Earth lets you use the mouse to drag/drop items like polygons. You should be able to click & hold on one of your Untitled Polygons, move the mouse pointer up to the desired location in your My Places, and then release the mouse button to "drop" the polygon into that new location. In future, first select the folder where you want ...


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Not exactly "high-resolution," but the price is right. Esri's World Imagery map service presents satellite imagery for the world and high-resolution imagery for the United States and other areas around the world.



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