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Try subtracting large portions from the oceans of your azimuthal equidistant model by condensing them into three equilateral triangles near the equator on faces which would be equidistant in a geospheric earth model, then designating the triangles "spooky anomalous no go zones" ingame to explain away the gps failings, hide easter eggs there or something.. ...
There is a 'Samples' folder which comes with your MapBasic installation. Within that, under .NET, there is GoogleConnect. This contains the source code for the GELink utility which I assume is what you would use to export the data manually. This would be a good place to start. As for the symbology, Google and MapInfo have different symbol sets, but I think ...
bugmenot123 already mentioned it, but ogr2ogr can convert between shapefiles and kml. There's another post that covers how to convert between the two.
there are two ways : you can use extra app, just to convert your kml files to "earth" file (the file become ready to use in google earth android) in here maybe now you use earth 8.0, please uninstall it and use another version of google earth for your android. check Google Earth 22.214.171.1241
It may be easier to create the polygon in the Google Earth (not API) software, and then save it as a KML. This is because there are specific tools that allow you to save, edit, and export KML files within the Google Earth standalone software, but not in the API. All the API can do is allow some of the functions that Google Earth offers to be performed by a ...
There is still no simple solution to this conversion issue. It has been asked here multiple times in the last several years: kml-in-qgis-with-additional-data preserving-attributes-during-kml2shp-conversion-in-arcgis-for-desktop convert-kml-to-shapefile-without-losing-attribute-data esri's explanation for their KmltoLayer conversion tool: "As the ...
I have had some success with bringing KML layers from ArcGIS into Google Earth. It is not very well documented, especially since Google Earth is depreciated, but you can still do it. You must have access to a server that can host the KML layers, and it must be shared to a public level so your API will be able to access it. Below is the code for embedding a ...
Google Maps Api v3 supports rendering a vector KML that is stored on either a remote server or on the same server... Just use QGIS to create/convert any vector format to KML. Your question wasn't specific to the need maybe you can expand if this isn't helpful or obvious
TerraExplorer Viewer is a free tool that can easily ingest KML\KMZ's in a 3D environment. Adding pinpoints is a built-in functionality and navigation is a breeze. Below is the download link to TerraExplorer Viewer. Please let me know if you have any questions. http://skylinesoft.com/SkylineGlobe/corporate/home/index.aspx? (download TerraExplorer)
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