[OSM-newbies] JOSM preference set up
mclay2 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 17 02:41:30 BST 2008
That is not how any of my lines look in JOSM. Their all orange or blue
depending on the color I set in preferences for untagged. Did you set any
of your preferences when you first started JOSM? I will redownload JOSM
and not touch any of the preferences.
On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 5:18 PM, Ed Loach <ed at loach.me.uk> wrote:
> I've loaded the area in JOSM and most of the ways look to be residential
> (which are a sort of light grey on my system) and the interstate is tagged
> as motorway and shows as blue. Zooming in I've found highway=track in green
> and highway=service in a thinner blue line. Zooming in towards the top left
> finds a primary and a secondary route in reddish and orangeish colours – the
> primary route is the Pacific Coast Highway and pretty much follows a
> residential tiger imported Pacific Coast Highway, so that looks like a bit
> of duplication (if it helps Dana Point is near where I'm looking).
> Coastline boundary just south of there is dark blue, with some service ways
> on dockside and a red pier. All looks OK on my system colourwise (I've never
> been to the area to verify the accuracy of what I'm looking at datawise
> though <g>).
> *From:* newbies-bounces at openstreetmap.org [mailto:
> newbies-bounces at openstreetmap.org] *On Behalf Of *mclay
> *Sent:* 16 October 2008 22:17
> *To:* newbies at openstreetmap.org
> *Subject:* Re: [OSM-newbies] JOSM preference set up
> Hi Ed. The area I'm looking at is -117.718, 33.495: -117.553,33.364.
> There is at least one segment of an interstate going through the area. The
> majority of the lines are residential and other lines include county and
> coastline boundaries. I don't use any other data other than the OSM data
> layer and CaSIL's WMS DOQQ as background.
> It's a tiny section of California I am looking at but, eventually, when my
> preferences is set up for easier viewing, I will be looking at all of
> California. The primary goal for me is to get all the major roads:
> interstates, US, state, county roads "cleaned up" to use in the California
> basemap, a GIS service to the public. What I mean my clean up is check that
> the highways are named, they follow the course of the road according to the
> aerial imagery (DOQQs with +/- 3 meter horizontal accuracy), remove
> duplicate road lines, etc. I don't know if that will be a problem with the
> OSM organization but we really like the look of the roads on the California
> basemap compared to other roads we've used.
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