[OSM-talk] Prototype OSM renderer showing road types, place names and contours
openstreetmap-L at gj0.net
Tue Apr 11 10:45:37 BST 2006
This looks really good. As Andy says is there any possibilty of user
defined colouring? Maybe you could use the same rule files that drive
It would be nice if the map area was much much much bigger - its only
actually using 15% of my screen: (400*300)/(1024*768)*100=15.25%.
On 4/11/06, Andy Robinson <Andy_J_Robinson at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Looks good, although I would need to re-classify all the data in my area of
> interest to get it to show any colouring and detail. I assume you are still
> querying the same set of keys and values (based around "class" etc) and not
> using any of the "Map Features" keys and values?
> Andy Robinson
> Andy_J_Robinson at blueyonder.co.uk
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> >From: talk-bounces at openstreetmap.org [mailto:talk-
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> >Subject: [OSM-talk] Prototype OSM renderer showing road types,place names
> >and contours
> >Hello everyone,
> >Mentioned this on the dev list already, but this probably has general
> >interest: I am starting to develop an alternative OSM map renderer, which
> >highlights different types of segment (road, path etc) as well as showing
> >place names and points of interest. It also shows contours derived from
> >SRTM height data.
> >This can be found at
> >and at the moment covers the whole of the UK.
> >The places which show up the best at the moment (from where I've looked so
> >far, anyhow) are Southampton, Weybridge, the area of north London at the
> >southern end of the M1 and (for countryside data) the New Forest and
> >Petersfield/Haslemere area.
> >Note that it's highly imperfect at the moment (in particular, street names
> >not shown).
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