[OSM-talk] Newbie help
Phillip.Barnett at itn.co.uk
Sun Mar 11 13:33:02 GMT 2007
Well, I hadn't, as I didn't know about it. I've just installed it and it
seems to work fine.
Do you want instructions?
From: Francis Augusto Medeiros [mailto:francis at mgate.com.br]
Sent: 11 March 2007 11:38
To: Barnett, Phillip
Cc: talk @ openstreetmap. org
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Newbie help
Thanks Philip!! I'll try that!
Do you manage to run the osmarender plugin on your mac as well?
On 11 de mar de 2007, at 07:35, Barnett, Phillip wrote:
> I just checked on my Powerbook, and pressing Ctrl - Arrow keys (up
> left right) works fine to move the map around the screen.
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> As i said previously, I got the complete map of my city in mapinfo
> format, which Nick kindly converted for me to OSM format.
> I discovered that the map had a different datum then my gpx logs (it
> didn't use the WGS84), so I managed to convert the gpx generated by
> JOST into WGS84. Now I would like to create an OSM from these correct
> GPX tracks.
> I do have some questions, having tried to use Josm:
> 1 - How can I change the direction of a segment?
> 2 - How can I move the map on the mac? (yeah, stupid question, but I
> tried a lot and only zooming worked - and no, i don't have a two
> button mouse)
> 3 - Is there a way to use the osmarender plugin on the Mac? I tried
> without success, it tells me to make Firefox executable, which beats
> me, as it is already executable, right? :)
> 4 - Should I stick to UK conventions? I mean, the styles already
> understand it so it can be easily rendered, so if I create different
> tags in Portuguese it will make it kinda hard when someone else wants
> to render using a default osmarender, right?
> Well, I have more questions, but I will keep it simple today! :)
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