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    Unhappy Where Google Earth stores my placemarks?

    We know,our placemarks can export to a kml file.But,I am curious that where Google Earth stores user's placemarks? I scan its setup folder and the windows user's folder,but find no kml or kmz file.

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    No one know?

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    Tried finding it myself, but to no luck. I found where the default placemarks are stored though (default_myplaces), but it's an .rcc file and I don't know how to edit that.

    Only thing I figured out is that the placemarks seem to be auto saved when you close the GE window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiderX22 View Post
    Tried finding it myself, but to no luck. I found where the default placemarks are stored though (default_myplaces), but it's an .rcc file and I don't know how to edit that.

    Only thing I figured out is that the placemarks seem to be auto saved when you close the GE window.
    Thannk SpiderX22.

    default_myplaces.rcc has not been changed since google earth setuped in my computer.So,it's impossible to store user's palcemarks.

    Maybe I can find it by watching modification of all the google earth relevant files.Now I need find a useful tool

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    Haha,I found it!

    Its name is myplaces.kml,svaed in a subfolder of windows' user folder,such as C:\Users\qxf\AppData\LocalLow\Google\GoogleEarth

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    ****, I should have known that. Myplaces.kml is such an obvious name now that you've found it. Thanks!
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