I noticed the elevation is tied directly to elevation exaggeration. Example: Exaggeration at 0, elevation at 0; exaggeration at 1, elevation at 1700; exaggeration at 2, elevation at 3400. (actual elevation is 1700)
Would it be possible to have fields in the draw features section to specify how large items are? Work flow could be something like Draw > Polygon > Rt Click > Enter Length and Heading > Rt Click > New Length and Heading > etc. I think a pop-up menu would be more useful with a right click than simply deleting the last vertex.
Also, I added some data from my ArcGIS Online and noticed I can't see attributes of the features I have added to the map. Could that be added in future releases? Seeing where stuff is is good, but seeing what those features are would be great.
Another option that could be useful: in the transparency slider bar perhaps it could go from fully opaque to fully transparent and then extend a little further for just an outline of the feature (for polygons). That way the basemap could show through while the outline shows where the feature of interest is.
Draw features have seen major updates since ArcGIS Earth’s initial release in January 2016. Users can now draw as well as edit points, lines, and polygons on ArcGIS Earth’s interactive globe. Draw features are simple and easy-to-use drawing tools in ArcGIS Earth that allow you to depict a point of interest, plan a route, or highlight a designated…(Show moreShow less)
Hi - I just installed ArcGIS Earth 1.5 and an issue I always had is unfortunately still there:ArcGIS Earth will only run on the on-board Intel HD graphics card - not on the AMD FirePro M4100 FireGL VA shame - since the FireGL would have much more graphics power.I wonder: Has anyone ever found a solution for that? Others have reported similar…(Show moreShow less)
ArcGIS Earth 1.5 - still trouble with AMD FireGL on Dual graphics laptop
Hi - I just installed ArcGIS Earth 1.5 and an issue I always had is unfortunately still there: ArcGIS Earth will only run on the on-board Intel HD graphics card - not on the AMD FirePro M4100 FireGL V A shame - since the FireGL would have much more graphics power.
I wonder: Has anyone ever found a solution for that? Others have reported similar (https://geonet.esri.com/message/580780?commentID=... - and no - it can not be solved by installing another AMD driver. During beta of Earth 1.x this was discussed (with support), tested and not succesfull and has been the issue since. Drivers are as recent as supported and i.e. ArcGIS Pro runs smoothly on the AMD card - very nice!.
Keep in mind though that the same issue arises with Drone2Map - so things point to "Runtime" as the cause. Here it is even worse, since Drone2Map would make use of the GPL for processing - and cant that way.
But since there are many individual settings for AMD graphics cards in the control center, my hope remains that this can be solved by adjusting these settings on an application level. Any ideas? Successes?
ArcEarth 1.4 does not appear to support NTLM proxy authentication, which is an issue which we encountered with previous versions as well. After launching AE on a computer with correctly configured system level internet options, two error messages appear: "Failed to use proxy: the credentials are invalid Unable to connect to the remote server"…(Show moreShow less)
Apologies, when it says "Our proxy server logging indicates that attempts are being made to contact it," it should say "Our proxy server logging indicates that no attempts are being made to contact it,"
Hi, I don't know under which circumstances but sometimes, when I try to save a measured line or path using the small button at bottom right of the measure window, the application crashes (ArcGIS Earth stopped working). I am using ArcGIS Earth 1.5 on Windows 10 Pro... Best regards, Serge
Polygon layer for "Natural regions of the world" Hello I am looking for a layer that contains the polygons that represents the "Natural regions of the world" similar to the attached image. Someone knows where I can find the geographic data. Thank you