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Jun
17
revised Is the use of Google Earth imagery via the OpenLayers Plugin in QGIS legal?
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Jun
17
comment Is the use of Google Earth imagery via the OpenLayers Plugin in QGIS legal?
CanVec is vector data only, 1:50000. I use often use it for course maps. NRCAN offers no high resolution imagery.
Jun
17
comment Is the use of Google Earth imagery via the OpenLayers Plugin in QGIS legal?
Thanks. @Andre pointed me to the answer. Basically such use is not permitted.
Jun
17
accepted Is the use of Google Earth imagery via the OpenLayers Plugin in QGIS legal?
Jun
17
comment Is the use of Google Earth imagery via the OpenLayers Plugin in QGIS legal?
Thanks "Using Google Maps via TMS URL's is against their TOS". It is not legal then. Agreed, in populated and "popular" areas of the worlds there are other options but not in even slightly remote locations in Canada - only google earth has partial coverage there.
Jun
17
asked Is the use of Google Earth imagery via the OpenLayers Plugin in QGIS legal?
Jun
17
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
17
comment Arcscene export issue: only upper layer showing up
Do you have enough rep to post the screen shoot?
Jun
16
answered Problems merging OS Terrain50 tiles i.e. gaps at small scales after using “Mosaic to New Raster” Any ideas?
Jun
13
comment Can't insert AI CS6 files as objects into ArcMap 10.1
Wow. didn't even know that was an option. I figured if they could not figure out excel and word anything more graphically complex would have been out of the question. Did transparencies, shadows and effects came over correctly and rendered correctly when placed over a map and exported? As a workaround you could try saving AI as EMF and adding as graphic. Static and forget effects such as shadows, opacity but 100% transparency works.
Jun
13
comment What is the advantage to using a representation vs a layer file?
If you can create a cartographic effect you want with layer's symbology alone then stick with layers. Representations are, IMHO, a bit of a train wreck. Too much complexity for not enough functionality. Like many late ESRI features it sounds good on paper but, at least for my workflow, it didn't really work in reality.
Jun
13
answered What is a better idea for modelling a fault plane than as TIN?
Jun
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
11
revised Halo use background color
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Jun
9
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
6
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
1
answered Issue with vertex level editing in ArcScene
Jun
1
answered Creating map booklets or flyers (not mapbooks)
Jun
1
comment Adding LAS files (or derivatives of) to mosaic error in ArcGIS
What is the LAS version? Only 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 are supported.
May
29
comment Producing building shadows?
Also - so true about the current state of ArcGIS bug fixes... Fortunately As ArcObjects are being updated, ESRI increments them with numbers, add functionality, change things, but also, most importantly, leave the older versions mostly untouched.