When you add data to the map feature..
How does geonetwork calculate the focal point of the .kml file from the
Im having a problem where the .kml file that geonetwork creates does not
zoom in to the correct location
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From: Richard Fozzard <Richard.F<ozzard@no...> - 2009-11-18 20:57:45
By any chance, is your region near the anti-meridian? GE definitely has
problems with regions like that.
Richard Fozzard, Computer Scientist
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cstieber said the following on 11/18/2009 01:44 PM:
> Quick question,
> When you add data to the map feature..
> How does geonetwork calculate the focal point of the .kml file from the
> Im having a problem where the .kml file that geonetwork creates does not
> zoom in to the correct location