Post by spacecowboy2006 on Nov 18, 2017 5:05:01 GMT
avalanche in action in the Canadian Rockies.
Once, in northern California, I picked up a binocular and looked at Mount Shasta about 100 miles distance, and just as I lifted the binocular to my eye there was an avalanche on Mount Shasta. In this case it appears literaly a satellite snapped a picture over a mountain peak just as an avalanche occurred.
syzygy: For single or a few placemarks coordinates still fine of course!
Jun 18, 2022 14:24:09 GMT
syzygy: Yup! Sorry everyone for the attachment issue! Hope will be solved soon! Until links to kmz files stored elsewhere is can be a solution...
Jun 17, 2022 18:22:19 GMT
RaveyThirteen: So... I just tried to add a .kmz of some new finds and saw that nasty error message. Should I just hold onto it til the space issue is sorted?
Jun 17, 2022 6:57:05 GMT
typsish: As far as I know, it should be foldable. But check the rules of the company you are flying with. They have the specific requirements mentioned in the luggage section. And if the stroller you have now doesn't fit their requirements, check the article on new
Jun 15, 2022 14:05:38 GMT
diane9247: I don't know what to do about the "space limit" thing. I got a post ready, then couldn't upload the small file. I am losing eyesight, so not sure I can even post anymore! 😵💫(Pinned unfinished post last night, but it didn't save.)
Jun 14, 2022 7:08:26 GMT
willi1: GE Imagery Date: Yes, I noticed it too. And I thought it was something of an attitude on my part.
Jun 8, 2022 9:29:04 GMT
SpiderX22: In regards to this error - on my forum posts/threads -> I can start compiling attached files into one kml collection to slim down attachment numbers
Jun 6, 2022 15:32:37 GMT
SpiderX22: Also - a heads up: Error: This forum has exceeded its attachment space limit. Your file cannot be uploaded.
Jun 6, 2022 15:31:44 GMT
SpiderX22: Anyone else notice that new Google Earth imagery doesn't have a date anymore?
Jun 6, 2022 15:01:28 GMT