[HOT] [talk-ph] New Task: Carles Post-Disaster Tracing
bigfatfrog67 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 21 15:42:29 UTC 2013
Excellent heads up with this styesheet.
It has highlighted to me a possible confusion I have.
There are 3 building scenarios as I understand it: 1. Undamaged Building
2. Damaged Building 3. Destroyed Building
The tagging I understand for those three are:
1. Undamaged Building
2. Damaged Building
3. Destroyed Building
So, in 2 & 3 there is no longer a [building] tag and the stylesheet
paints it Green. In 1 there is no [damage] tag but the stylesheet
doesn't paint it green even though it has [typhoon:reviewed] tag?
Any ideas. Thanks
On 20/12/2013 13:56, Pierre Béland wrote:
> Hi Mark
> JOSM is very powerful with various plugins, features. The Mappaint
> functionality gives the opportunity to use a mapcss stylesheet to
> color various objects. Hjart contributor provides a Damaged buildings
> Mapcss Style that is specific for editing for the typhoon. This is
> very useful when reviewing the building status. Every time a buildings
> is tagged with typhoon:reviewed=yes, it will be colored in green. This
> make it a lot easier to review all the buildings in a task, since all
> the buildings reviewed will be colored differently.
> To use this style, you need to select it in the Prerences. To do so:
> Select the Modify link in the Top menu, and then Preferences. In the
> list of button on the left panel, Select the third button (ie. Grid
> over WorldMap). Select the Mappaint Tab.
> In the list of Styles available, Select Collapsed / Damaged buildings
> and click validate to terminate.
> In the Editor window, among the right panels, you should see the
> Mappaint Tab where Collapsed / Damaged buildings Mappaint Style will
> be active. If you dont see the Mappaint Tab, you will have to select
> it from the list of available features in the left panel.
> From there you should find edting easier. For every building where you
> add typhoon:reviewed=yes, you should see it colored in green.
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