If you haven’t already, turn on the EarthView app from the Apps Library panel. Instructions can be found here. Then, click the “EarthView" app button on the OneLaunch dock. It will look similar to this:
The OneLaunch EarthView app has 3 sections EarthView, Explore, and Top Sites.
Provides easy access to search Google Earth. Simply, type the location in the search bar located under “Where do you want to go?”. OneLaunch will open Google Earth in a new browser to the location searched.
Alternatively, you can click the “fly to my location” button under the search bar. OneLaunch will open Google Earth in a new browser to your current location using your IP address.
Note: If you are using a VPN, the “fly to my location” button will not be accurate since the VPN changes your IP address location, making it look like you’re connected to the internet from a different location.
OneLaunch has created a list of popular places for you to explore on Google Earth. Click on any of the links in the list and OneLaunch will open a new browser to that location using Google Earth. At the top of the list is “Mystery Location”. If clicked, OneLaunch will bring you to a random location on Google Earth. Enjoy!
OneLaunch has conveniently placed quick links for Google Earth and Nasa Worldview for you to explore. Click on any of the links and OneLaunch will open a browser to the respective website.
Also, you are able to pin shortcuts to Google Earth and Nasa Worldview on your OneLaunch dock. Hover over Google Earth or Nasa Worldview and click on the white checkbox at the top right corner of the tile and it will be pinned to your dock ready to use. Click the shortcut to explore!
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