Id like to change the default pushpin type of Google Earth Pro.
With an other software i can export measurement data to kml files, and im merging them together to a kmz file.
Now sadly the other software offers no possibility to customize the pushpin- or icontype, it would only export the chosen color and position.
When opening a kml file, it appears, that the color scheme is changed, as the yellow pushpin is chosen as icon. Specially with purpleish colors and i think most kind of blues. I have opened such a .kml file with text editor and added this line at the right position:
It defines the point to be displayed as a white pushpin.
With that, the color scheme is displayed correct, as the disturbing yellow is gone. But as it is lots of data and lots of work, it would be much easier to change the default pushpin of Google Earth Pro. To at least the white pushpin, or even better to the white circle. Does anyone have an idea how to do that?
Right-clicking on a folder or container and opening its Properties window, allows us to change the properties of all placemarks in it. Thereby, all placemarks' properties (color, icon, size,...) become the same. Does that help or do I misunderstand the case?
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