[HOT] How to fully cover a grid square.
sbower at gmavt.net
Wed May 13 01:34:17 UTC 2015
Like John & Tom, in JOSM I set the scale bar to 30m, then use Ctrl-Up and
Ctrl-Down to move systematically down & up columns. After zooming in to
work on an area use use "zoom to previous" (8 key) multiple times to get
back to my 30m scale, then continue up or down the column.
But a grid background at 30m scale that fits my monitor would be sweet.
On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 5:16 PM, Tom McDonald <tmcd123 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Simliar to John, but at 30m. I find using a consistent zoom level helps
> you notice buildings since they will be a consistent size. Thanks John for
> the <ctrl>. I had been using mouse with constant check to the latitude ;-)
> For finding buildings, I find it really useful to have a filter
> building=*, with Hide, and toggle it on/off after I think I have all the
> buildings in a village. Ones you have missed really show up with the
> rectangles gone.
> On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 4:45 AM, miiick at yahoo.com.au <miiick at yahoo.com.au>
>> Dear everybody,
>> I am looking for suggestions on how different people ensure that they
>> have looked at the entire contents of a mapping square. e.g. How do you
>> ensure you have looked at the whole square and found all buildings.
>> At the moment I do a lot of panning and zooming and cover a square in a
>> fairly random manner. I would like to have more structured method to
>> ensure I have covered a square. Something like a transparent grid overlay
>> for JOSM. I know that a task can be split and I have done that to a few
>> squares but have also worked on larger squares.
>> I am using JOSM and am able to figure out how to use all of the
>> functions, sometimes I just don't know what function I am looking for.
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