Date: Thursday, March 31st, 2011, 04:33
Category: News, Software
Late Wednesday, software giant Google released version 220.127.116.114 of its popular Google Earth program. The new version, a 23.8 megabyte download, adds the following new features:
– Fixed a problem where we were over fetching certain kml layer data and running into issuing of using large amounts of memory and slowness during zooming in.
– Fixed an issue of ruler tool disappearing. In 6.0 beta, when measuring using the path tool, if you break to add a place-mark then you go back to the path and click “save” the path and ruler tool disappears all together.
– Fixed an issue with incorrectly measuring long distances. Improved navigation in Street View inside buildings.
– Fixed a crash with elevation profile if there was empty gx:value node in KML.
– Optimized amount of terrain and imagery data fetched while viewing photo overlays.
– Fixed an occasional crash while viewing 3D buildings. Fixed broken fly-to links within local kml files.
– Fixed an issue where new place-marks added were with absolute altitude instead of being clamped to ground.
– Fixed an issue where the title for panoramio pictures no longer appeared when hovering over panoramic icons with your mouse if scale legend was enabled.
– Fixed an issue when there was occasionally a missing wall in 3D buildings.
– Optimized amount of data fetched in Street View.
– Fixed an issue where tilt by holding “shift” and moving the scroll wheel only worked in one direction on Mac.
The new version requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later to install and run.