I'm trying to install the qgis2kml plugin for qgis. Its not showing up in the Plugin Manager search and the only qgis "repositories" I can find are websites for downloading source code.
Which is fine, except for that I don't know how to install python source into qgis, and there doesn't appear to be a readme available in the plugin source code.
I could solve my problem, installing the qgis2kml plugin, in three different ways, based off what I've described so far: - by installing directly from the source code using some low level apis or some such thing - by finding a repository aside from the Official XML repository that has qgis2kml
OK so that's two. I'm wanting to export a heatmap from qgis that is colorizing over 50 different shapes in 9 different shades of a segmented continum from green to red. This would take so long to do I simply wouldn't do it and it would be amazing to export heatmaps as translucent kml overlays as I know can be done in kml.