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If I understood your question well, you need to create a KML file, open it in Google Earth, and whenever the KML file is changed, the view in GE is uptaded. For this, you need to load a KML file in GE with the following: <NetworkLink> <Link> <href>C:/Users/User/Documents/my_file.kml</href> ...
You might be using KML tags that can be displayed by Google Earth but cannot be displayed by Google maps. See: https://developers.google.com/kml/documentation/kmlelementsinmaps
Google Earth displays the extended data in a formatted HTML table if no description exists. If a feature has a description then Google Earth shows that description in the popup balloon regardless of whether it has extended data or not. If you want the extended data and description to appear at the same time then you must use a BalloonStyle as a template ...
Not sure if this will help... First Create a folder. For example, name the folder "TOGETHER". Uncheck the "Allow this folder to be expanded" box. Move the desired feature "Overlay" into this "TOGETHER" folder, along with all of the other features. Now all of the features will be turned on or off together with a single click.
As far as I know there is no such agreement. You have to obey the Google terms of license regardless of the software you use. See also Is the use of Google Earth imagery via the OpenLayers Plugin in QGIS legal?
You can use TCX converter for generating DEM from google earth. Check this Contours and DEM from Google Earth
As said in the comments above, the Global Soil Information Facilities (tutorials) website maintained, amongst others, by some of the plotKML authors and contributors gives you everything you need to produce filled polygon areas. In addition to the absolutely correct solution by @Nahm above, here's a reproducible example for future queries on the topic. ## ...
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