[talk-au] NearMap now have OSM opaque maps as well as overlays
ben.last at nearmap.com
Wed Apr 7 01:55:33 BST 2010
Actually, it's just the standard mapnik styles from the download as far as
colours are concerned - we've not yet done any serious editing to it (except
for hiding some overlays at some zoom levels). It doesn't look like the
actual style files that the OSM site uses are available (or if they are,
they're not easy to find). We will be making changes over the next few
months as we tune things, though.
On 3 April 2010 10:51, James Andrewartha <trs80 at student.uwa.edu.au> wrote:
> On 1 April 2010 16:04, Ben Last <ben.last at nearmap.com> wrote:
> > Thought you might like to know that NearMap now have OSM data as opaque
> > as well as transparent overlays on our PhotoMaps. OSM data's in for the
> > whole world (currently from the 17/2/10 planet file, now importing the
> > 24/3/10 file).
> It looks pretty good, I like the colour scheme you've got going. Just
> a few things don't fit in though - highway=service is a dark grey that
> looks out of place, and is hard to see in PhotoMap w/StreetMap since
> it's a similar colour to bitumen It's also visible at lower zoom
> levels than highway=residential, which you can see best on the Terrain
> view with StreetMap. You've swapped the colours of bike paths and
> footpaths compared to the standard OSM Mapnik view. The colour of
> streams/rivers is a bit dark and not blue enough IMHO.
Development Manager (HyperWeb)
NearMap Pty Ltd
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