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A colleague was able to help me with the answer: The issue was the file size. I cannot find this in the documentation for ground overlays, but if the file size is bigger than 3Mb(?), then it is only partially drawn. Seems to stop after 3Mb is reached ... A smaller file displays nicely and with full extent.


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Seems I in part can answer my own question: I found in the reference pages that kml allows me to use corner coordinates using LatLonQuad <GroundOverlay> <name>gx:LatLonQuad Example2</name> <Icon> <href>Z:/RS2_20140830_074631_0076_SCWA_HHHV_SGF_344973_4404_9908279_Cal_Spk_reproj_EPSG3575_HH.jpg</href ...


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Have you tried ogr2ogr? It can import KML to PostGIS. It's part of the GDAL suite of FOSS tools Which have binaries here or you can compile your own http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/wiki/DownloadingGdalBinaries Example in this question: How to import KML file, with custom data, to Postgres/PostGIS database?


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Lat/lng values need to be switched to 44.3140135, 0.265749 you should be able to copy paste this code to see your marker on a Google map with your marker bubble with the info TIME:2010-05-28 at 16:02:44 LOCATION:Lat 0.265749 Lng 44.3140135 Elevation 93m <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta name="viewport" ...


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You do not specify which ArcGIS for Desktop tool or version you tried to use to do the conversion. However, legend creation is discussed in the help page entitled Creating KML in ArcGIS for Desktop where it says: A legend is the only screen overlay that you can include in your KML created in ArcGIS for Desktop. Legends added in the map document ...


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I had the same problem, and then tried building gdal 1.11.1, that seemed to find the library nicely. I'm not sure if it may be checking for version as well as path, or which version of GDAL starts working with libkml trunk as of 2014-11-09.


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Never mind, Ha I just noticed that I left out the leading 0 for the hour in the offset. I will leave this Q & A here in case someone else searches something similar.


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here.com's API can, supposedly, give you up to 100 addresses within a circle. This is how I create the URL for the API call function makeURL ( point, radius) { return 'http://reverse.geocoder.cit.api.here.com/6.2/reversegeocode.json' + '?app_id='+config.Here.App_Id + '&app_code='+config.Here.App_Code + ...


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I clearly didn't use it at the moment but following the GDAL official Travis build configuration file should help you sort out the issue. Just for info, this configuration file is for testing GDAL code on Ubuntu. Trying on my computer only GDAL with kml integration, it works after below operations when testing with official example: wget ...


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This is a link to Google's documentation on how to allow users to draw polygons and other shapes on a map: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/drawinglayer The basic steps are: Add a drawing tool to the map. https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/examples/drawing-tools Add a listener event for when the ...



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