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22 June 2011

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Does this work only in America?

I've tried this in Acad 2009, 11 & 12 and have had no joy what so ever.

I'm in the United Kingdom

Nathan,

It works globally. Could you be more specific on the issue you are having such as what type of object as it must be 3D and you must also have Google Earth installed.

Regards,
Shaan

would be awesome if they had the same concept for Revit

Justin,
Imaginit used to have one, I think they may have rolled it into their Revit Utilities product. http://imaginit.com

Could you be more specific after PUBLISHKML. I use "get imformation from image" and everything is automatically set and then I publish the kmz and open it with Google earth,nothing happens but the earth surface gone blurred.

Does it work with AutoCAD floor maps? This is an effort to build a navigation tool for indoors.

I would like to know if floor maps done in AutoCAD will be convertible to google KML format so it can be viewed on google maps/earth?

I'm trying to see if its possible to convert AutoCAD floor maps into KML format for indoor navigation purpose. Is this possible? If so, could you please point me in the right direction?

Link to the Google Earth Extension seems to be brocken or they remove it:
"404 - File or directory not found.
The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable."
In the same time i found http://labs.blogs.com/its_alive_in_the_lab/2012/03/google-earth-extension-for-autocad-retires-from-autodesk-labs.html
where in the comments - "Scott Sheppard said in reply to Todi ...
We no longer have an agreement with Google to distribute the free technology preview."

This technology preview no longer exists and has been retired.
Regards
Shaan

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