Google Earth API

KmlStyleMap Interface Reference

Inheritance diagram for KmlStyleMap:
Inheritance graph

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

void setUrl (string normalStyleUrl, string highlightStyleUrl)
void setStyle (KmlStyle normalStyle, KmlStyle highlightStyle)
string getNormalStyleUrl ()
void setNormalStyleUrl (string normalStyleUrl)
string getHighlightStyleUrl ()
void setHighlightStyleUrl (string highlightStyleUrl)
KmlStyle getNormalStyle ()
void setNormalStyle (KmlStyle normalStyle)
KmlStyle getHighlightStyle ()
void setHighlightStyle (KmlStyle highlightStyle)

Detailed Description

Maps between two different icon styles. Typically this interface is used to provide separate normal and highlighted styles for a placemark, so that the highlighted version appears when the user mouses over the icon.

Member Function Documentation

void KmlStyleMap.setUrl ( string  normalStyleUrl,
string  highlightStyleUrl 
)

Sets both URLs for the placemark style.

void KmlStyleMap.setStyle ( KmlStyle  normalStyle,
KmlStyle  highlightStyle 
)

Sets both placemark styles.

Defines a normal style for a placemark.

void KmlStyleMap.setNormalStyleUrl ( string  normalStyleUrl)

Defines a normal style for a placemark.

Defines highlighted styles for a placemark, so that the highlighted version appears when the user mouses over the icon in Google Earth.

void KmlStyleMap.setHighlightStyleUrl ( string  highlightStyleUrl)

Defines highlighted styles for a placemark, so that the highlighted version appears when the user mouses over the icon in Google Earth.

Defines a normal style for a placemark.

void KmlStyleMap.setNormalStyle ( KmlStyle  normalStyle)

Defines a normal style for a placemark.

Defines highlighted styles for a placemark, so that the highlighted version appears when the user mouses over the icon in Google Earth.

void KmlStyleMap.setHighlightStyle ( KmlStyle  highlightStyle)

Defines highlighted styles for a placemark, so that the highlighted version appears when the user mouses over the icon in Google Earth.

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