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Thread: Yet another Cache Builder for Google Earth (Linux/Win/Mac)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATF View Post
    Hey guys, I'm running into an issue on Ubuntu 7.10 where it keeps going to 1000 meters (give or take a few meters) when caching. If i stop caching and view the KML, range is set to whatever value I want. It's like Google Earth keeps forcing it to 1 KM, any ideas?
    What version of GE are you using? The new one? (Google Earth 4.2)

    If you zoom in while caching, does it fly back out to ~1000m or stay at whatever level you zoomed into?

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    i like it, it's fast! the 1 second really means 1 second!

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    Quote Originally Posted by athlon210 View Post
    i like it, it's fast! the 1 second really means 1 second!
    Thanks.

    BTW, for the Windows people, there's a all-in-one perl install project going on that you might find useful. It gives you perl, a lot of the graphical bindings, plus gcc and all the other tools you need to build most C based libraries.

    http://code.google.com/p/camelbox/

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    how to change the altitude?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ruffy View Post
    new error. Got both modules installed
    Hello, how can I set the altitude? the script always scans with highest resolution from 1000 m height; I like to scan more coarsely from a higher eye. changing the -range does not help at all.

    cheers, dk

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