I have been evaluating the cesium-kml branch that I downloaded today.
Attached are three kml files of the same shape. A absolute altitude polygon (forming a ellipse) just north of LasVegas.
The ‘a’ version uses a single style and renders fine.
The ‘b’ version uses a rollover style and renders using the highlight style rather that the normal style. Nothing changes when you mouse over the object.
The ‘c’ version uses a inline rollover style and hits exceptions when processed by the KmlDataSource object (nothing renders).
All three render in GoogleEarth. The ‘c’ version is necessary when feeding GoogleEarth via a NetworkControlLink.
I don’t believe I am doing anything wrong and understand this branch is a work in progress. I just wanted to give the developer a heads up about the alternate ways to assemble the rollover styles.
TwoD_a.kml (3.06 KB)
TwoD_b.kml (4.06 KB)
TwoD_c.kml (4.2 KB)