[kde-edu]: About KDE Marble

shahab shirazi shahab.sh.70 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 13:27:13 CEST 2008

That would be a good idea but, In fact I was thinking about something
lighter and easier like KGeography.

On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 11:55 AM, Francisco Javier <fsantos at ujaen.es> wrote:

> Hi KDE-Edu team and users,
> I think Marble is really amazing! and I would like to know if you are
> planning to somehow include the import of kmz files in future versions.
> Particularly, I was able to open a kml file with a single point location
> but I wasn't success opening a gridded map generated with IDV (version
> 2.5). This same map can be displayed in Google Earth (for Linux), which
> also displays animated images (sequence of maps) in kmz format (also
> generated using IDV). However, I can't get the gridded map when trying
> to open any of these files (either kml or kmz) using Marble (version 0.6
> in a Mandriva 2008.0 with kernel, i686 IntelCore)
> Any suggestion / hint?
> Thanks in advance
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