If you get a big red X (cross) in Google Earth, this is because the overlayed image referenced in a loaded KML file has disappeared or is inaccessible. To remove the big red X in Google Earth, untick the Placemarks Continue reading Big Red X In Google Earth
If you are unable to adjust the parcel boundary in Google Earth, this can be fixed by uninstalling google Earth and upgrading to the latest version (which is currently 6.1 at the time of writing this article).
Salesview allows you to filter sales based on a comprehensive query engine, then overlay the sales in Google Earth to give you a more visual way to illustrate sale price in any given area. The sales can be filtered by Continue reading Overlay Sales In Google Earth
When trying to View Map In Google Earth from Quickmap, you get this error: QuickMap Open Error Unable to open file because the operating system denied access to the specified file File is: C:\DOCUME~1\User\LOCALS~1\Temp\QMG_104455.KML This error is because KML files are Continue reading QuickMap Open Error: Unable To Open File Because The Operating System Denied Access To The Specified File… KML
When trying to View Map In Google Earth from Quickmap, you get this error: QuickMap: Could Not Find Google Earth This function requires Google Earth to have previously been installed. Visit http://earth.google.com to download this software. This error is because Continue reading This Function Requires Google Earth To Have Previously Been Installed – Quickmap
❗ Note: Quickmap sells high quality aerial photos across New Zealand. Quickmap’s aerial photography is inexpensive, georeferenced and installable with a couple of clicks of a button. However, it is possible to add your own aerial photos to Quickmap. This Continue reading How To Add Aerial Photos To Quickmap
To paste Google Earth photos into QuickMap, launch Google Earth and click Edit -> Copy -> Copy Image from the menu. Minimise (but do not close) Google Earth, then press CTRL + V in QuickMap. ❗ Note: Requires version 7 or Continue reading How To Paste Google Earth Photos Into QuickMap
Sometimes the Quickmap layers do not overlay the Google Earth photo’s perfectly. In this case, it is necessary to edit the QuickMap layer within Google Earth to shift it into the correct position. To do this, right click on the QuickMap Layer Continue reading How To Move QuickMap Boundaries To Fit Better Over Google Earth Photos