Unable to get Google Earth link to work

DoeDoe Global Mapper UserPosts: 87Trusted User
I am still having problems getting the GM Google Earth link to work. Regardless of the toggle selection area (ie. screen or a selected polygon) I get nothing. The Metadata box is displayed below.

FILENAME=
DESCRIPTION=Google Earth
UPPER LEFT X=0.0000000000
UPPER LEFT Y=0.0000000000
LOWER RIGHT X=0.0000000000
LOWER RIGHT Y=0.0000000000
UL CORNER LONGITUDE=0.00000000° E
UL CORNER LATITUDE=0.00000000° N
UR CORNER LONGITUDE=0.00000000° E
UR CORNER LATITUDE=0.00000000° N
LR CORNER LONGITUDE=0.00000000° E
LR CORNER LATITUDE=0.00000000° N
LL CORNER LONGITUDE=0.00000000° E
LL CORNER LATITUDE=0.00000000° N
PROJ_DESC=Geographic (Latitude/Longitude) / WGS84 / arc degrees
PROJ_DATUM=WGS84
PROJ_UNITS=arc degrees
EPSG_CODE=EPSG:4326
BIT DEPTH=8
SAMPLE TYPE=Unsigned 8-bit Integer


If I select a polygon and toggle to Google Earth link to restrict the area to the polygon I get this error:

Unhandled exception processing command message 154 with code 0. in Map (2D / Top-Down) view
OnlineRasterOverlay.cpp - 3494
Version: v19.0.3 (237) (64-bit)
Build Time: Nov 29 2017 02:44:10
Thread: Main UI Thread
Last Op: CoordMeshBase_t::calculateMesh - row 751 [Mesh Size: 490 x 752]


Stack Trace:
00000001403145AF (global_mapper)
0000000140315DAE (global_mapper)
0000000140705217 (global_mapper)
000000014070614C (global_mapper)
00000001405BCF19 (global_mapper)
00000001401AAB1A (global_mapper)
0000000140BFC5C6 (global_mapper)
000000014042E557 (global_mapper)
00000001400E2D1C (global_mapper)
00007FFBCC3717BE (mfc110)
00007FFBCC371A36 (mfc110)
00007FFBCC3AB5EA (mfc110)
00007FFBCC400A26 (mfc110)
0000000140162872 (global_mapper)
00000001404E47AC (global_mapper)
... (42 Additional Stack Items Hidden)

Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) Memory: 29,944,426,496 of 34,260,480,000 available, GDI Usage: 411 GDI (Peak 473), 130 User (Peak 258)


I am using the latest Daily Build (19.0.3). I have uninstalled all earlier versions of GM from my machine, have rebooted in an attempt to eliminate any conflicts possible with earlier version installs. BTW I do have Google Earth Pro installed on my machine. Not sure if this would be an issue or conflict with GM.

Mike

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