Why my Google earth exported KMZ file is not a XML file but a binary one?

According to wikipedia, kmz is a:

DescriptionKeyhole Markup Language is an XML notation for expressing geographic annotation and visualization within Internet-based, two-dimensional maps and three-dimensional Earth browsers. KML was developed for use with Google Earth, which was originally named Keyhole Earth Viewer.

However, the KMZ file got exported by Google Earth is not a XML one. It’s even not a XML file but a binary file.

How can I see the XML content?

Thanks

How can I delete a custom ringtone exported from Garageband, after Garageband has been reinstalled?

A year ago, I downloaded the Garageband app to my iPhone 6S for the sole purpose of exporting a custom ringtone. I followed the instructions listed on Apple’s website (heading: After successfully adding the ringtone, I deleted Garageband, as I had no need for it.

I now would like to delete this ringtone. Apple’s instructions say this must be done within Garageband, but after redownloading the app, I was greeted with the text “no exported ringtones” where my previously-created ringtone is supposed to be! I assume this is because I previously deleted the app?

How can I delete this ringtone?

I need Documents for package to be exported from Istanbul to usa

![enter image description here](https://i.stack.imgur.com/eU5JR.png A package label on picture detail what it is Husband in custom right now in Istanbul Ataturk Airport not able to come home because he doe not have correct documents to export our package. Hes been im custom for a week now. Hes told me it will cost him 2500.00 to get correct documents we having issues with coming up with the money cash Please help me what or who can help me, im in usa and husband stuck at custom at Istanbul Ataturk Airport

What does the prefix of the raw transaction encoding of an exported Electrum transaction file (.txn) mean?

I have exported a testnet transaction into a .txn file:

{     "hex": "45505446ff0002000000000101c6be24d86ab1ae5b54e7e7905b...",     "complete": false,     "final": false } 

However, as explained in this article, a raw transaction string starts with version number and:

The version number is four bytes long and is expressed as a hexadecimal value in little endian format.

There are two version types. Version 01 indicates that there is no relative time lock. Version 02 indicates that there may be a relative time lock.

So this hex is not a qualified raw transaction encoding, due to the prefix

45505446ff00 

The version number comes after this prefix:

02000000 

So I was wondering, what is the function of this prefix that Electrum adds to the raw transaction string? And is it always the same length? Because I need to automatically splice it off in order to get a valid raw transaction string.

Certain accounts not exported

I’ve manually checked all the SERengine ones, but there might be more:
At least Bravenet and Slashdot accounts are not being exported. 

I select all of my projects, do a Modify Project > Export > Account Data and take care not to check “just verified” or only certain engines”, and search the result: no Bravenet or Slashdot accounts at all.
But when I go through all the verified URLs (thank God there is a sorting by engine), I find quite a lot of them. And when I manually check the project.static files, I also find the account data there.

Access Denied of 4 lists of the 46 lists exported to csv-file

I have 46 lists, and I have a code that I execute 46 times which exports a list to csv-file. All 46 lists will be exported to a csv-file accept 4 lists. The error of the 4 lists are; Access denied. Why 42 lists will export to csv-file successfully and 4 not, I do not understand. anyone?

This is the code:

$  hashTable = @() $  items = Get-PnpListItem -List "My schedule" #klaar foreach($  item in $  items) { $  HashTable += New-Object psobject -Property @{  'Datum'=$  item.FieldValues.Datum.ToLocalTime().ToString("dd.MM.yyyy"); '00:00 - 07:59'=$  item.FieldValues._x0030_0_x003a_00_x0020__x002d__; '08:00 - 16:59'=$  item.FieldValues._x0030_8_x003a_00_x0020__x002d__; '17:00 - 23:59'=$  item.FieldValues._x0031_7_x003a_00_x0020__x002d__;   'Opmerkingen'=$  item.FieldValues.Opmerkingen;    }  }  $  hashTable | Select Datum,'00:00 - 07:59','08:00 - 16:59','17:00 - 23:59',Opmerkingen |  epcsv "My schedule" -NoT 

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Attempted import error: ‘queue’ is not exported from ‘d3’ (imported as ‘d3’) with d3-queue

Having an issue getting an example of a Congressional Districts Map d3 example to work with React (example: https://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/4657115).

I keep getting the following:

Attempted import error: 'queue' is not exported from 'd3' (imported as 'd3').

However I have both d3 and d3-queue installed in my package json

My code:

import React from 'react'; import * as topojson from 'topojson'; import * as d3 from 'd3'; import * as d3queue from 'd3-queue';  export default class CongressionalDistricts extends React.Component {   state = {     usData: null,     usCongress: null   }    componentWillMount() {     d3.queue()       .defer(d3.json, "us.json")       .defer(d3.json, "us_congress_113.json")       .await((error, usData, usCongress) => {         this.setState({           usData,           usCongress         });       })   }