I have a kmlFeature and I want to get an instance of its LookAt object so that I can obtain the value of LookAt.Range. I am using the KmlFeature.CalculateLookAt() function.
The Range property in the returned LookAt object is always 1000, but my KML document has different ranges specified for the features. I have also tried explicitly casting my kmlFeature to a kmlPlacemark, and I get the same result.
Is there any other way for me to acquire the LookAt.Range value for my kmlFeature?
Thanks for your help.
By the way, we have been using SharpKml in our application for almost a year now and it is rock solid. Thanks for the great library!