KML Question

could be a nonsense but adding the .kml termination back to the name of the file? if it keep the data sctructure.
There are Gis tools to convert any kind of formats to .kml (Qgis is one of them) but in this case I think could be enough.
ButWait for better answer. it is just conjecture.
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Hi you probably already know this by now, but just in case anyone else reading this thread, you can read and edit KML file using notepad++ then just save the edited file as KML job done! regards