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g4pdf
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KML/Google Earth overlays

Post by g4pdf » 10 Sep 2017, 15:14

Re: The Maidenhead grid squares I referred to, these are the ones you export from Log4OM using the QSO Archive management facility icon 'Plot KLM' [RTFM ;) ].
The WAB Grid square overlay I found after doing an internet search; same with WAB Trig points overlay.

PS. I have just finished many days of work with the Directory of British Hills database [DoBIH]* to produce a tracable HuMPS reference source for the HuMPS award; I can plot those points on GE from a temporary overlay too (bagged a /P station operating from Dunstable Downs)

*The Summitbase Humps website [http://www.summits.org.uk/] appears to mix it's sources (unquoted?), contains some inaccurate locator grids (only shown for English Humps), and IMHO has the appearance of an incomplete work-in-progress.
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Re: KML/Google Earth

Post by G4NVB » 15 Sep 2017, 14:50

Thanks for the reply Bob, I'll take a look at this when I have some spare time.
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Re: KML/Google Earth

Post by G4DWV - Guy » 17 Sep 2017, 13:26

I just thought that I would post to mention that Google Earth *Pro* is now free!

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