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Subject: Re: Winquake GoogleEarth and Time Display
From: "tchannel" tchannel@............
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 21:12:39 -0700

Hi Larry and All,    I fixed my problem with GoogleEarth...........I simply 
reinstalled GoogleEarth and Winquake now works with Google as it should and 
as it did before.
Thanks again I sure do like this feature in Winquake.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Larry Cochrane" 
Sent: Monday, February 16, 2009 6:45 PM
Subject: Winquake GoogleEarth and Time Display

> Hi Everyone,
> Sorry for the delay. I have been a little busy with my "day job"...
> Ted, did you resolve your problem?
> Regarding Pete Rowe's question on WinQuake and Google Earth. Last year as 
> a fun little project I added to WinQuake the ability to view the event 
> and/or station location in Google Earth. Today I created a new WinQuake 
> setup program that contains this new feature. WinQuake version 3.1.2 can 
> be downloaded from here 
> The documentation for WinQuake is a little out dated. I'll try and correct 
> that problem soon. Here are the locations in the program for the Google 
> Earth feature:
> Main Menu under View / Google Earth
> Event Report Dialog Box has a new button called "Google Earth"
> Location Map Window - Place mouse cursor on location, right click select 
> Google Earth
> From geoff,
> >Howdy you Winquake Experts;
> >how in heck does one get winquake to recognize
> >the exact time for the very first sample ?
> >I will put in like 20:45:37.123
> >for the start time but winquake will show at
> >the higest resolution only 20:45:38
> >if I put in 20:45:37 it will then report 20:45:37
> >but thats not the right time,
> >there seems nothing I can do get the exact right time
> >I want the first sample to represent ??
> Geoff,
> WinQuake starts to display data samples at the top of the second. If the 
> nanosecond field in the event header is zero all samples will be 
> displayed. If the nanosecond field is more then the period of one sample, 
> WinQuake will skip to the next top of the second by skipping the first few 
> samples in the data set.
> Regards,
> Larry Cochrane
> Redwood City, PSN
> tchannel wrote:
>> Hi Folks, For some reason I can no longer use Google with Winquake to 
>> AUTOMATICALLY view my Station or Events........It worked fine before.   I 
>> tried opening different .psn in Winquake, different days or months, and 
>> none will show in Google Earth, and they all did before.     I get an 
>> error message.   "Could not open file C:\Program 
>> Files\WinQuake\GoogleEarth.kml for reading"
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