When a KML/KMZ file containing a label is imported into Cesium, often the label, text, lines, polygons, etc will be clipped into the terrain, which makes them hard to see.
Here’s an example file in Google Earth:
And here’s those entities in Cesium when the file is imported:
The label is stuck under the ground. In some cases, the line is also mostly under the ground.
For some entities, this can be somewhat alleviated by adding
<tessellate>1</tessellate> inside the KML file, but for the sake of those using my Cesium application I would rather they do not have to know how to edit the KML file. Plus,
tessellate doesn’t work for every KML object.
Is there a way to disable KML/KMZ clipping into terrain, like
clampToGround to the KML source on import doesn’t work.