Originally Posted by somewhereinusa
Did you try it after changing it back? It doesn't show anything in Google earth.
I exported the folder file from the left-hand bar of Google Earth by right-clicking it and emailing it to myself, and then saving the received attachment to upload. I'm not sure where the file should be re-loaded, it has been in my Google Earth for years. I think if you just right-click on the correctly named .kmz file, select "Open With," and then select Google Earth it should load.
I just re-tested my Google Earth. If I click the check box next to the folder on the list to turn on that "layer," all the push-pins appear on Google Earth. If I click a push-pin, I get at least a location, and often a thumbnail plus a short message if they were also added.
p.s. I think I remember the name of the obsolete program that let people enter their points on a web page was called Frappr.