On Friday 28 September 2007 14:17 in
<20070928131701.D8454F29A at blf.utvinternet.co.uk>, Brian Foster wrote:
> recently, whilst searching the location/address
> of the La Ciotat (France) train station, and in
> particular plotting it on a map to get my bearings,
> all I could find was a `.kmz' file. that is a zip
> file which, in this case, contains one `.kml' file,
> which is, in turn, an XML file containing some
> location data (including longitude and latitude).
>> well, Ok, I more-or-less have what I want, but
> what do I _do_ with it?
>> is there some way of using the `.kmz' or `.kml'
> file with, e.g., Google Maps? (searching with
> Google Maps directly only seems to find the
> unrelated(?) street « Avenue de la Gare ».)
If you want an opensource app that will open it, marble should handle it
fine as well:
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