[mkgmap-dev] How to fix amenity=shelter in the default style?From Martin Simon grenzdebil at gmail.com on Wed Feb 2 07:56:33 GMT 2011
2011/2/1 Marko Mäkelä <marko.makela at iki.fi>: > You are right, it is probably best to keep a 0x2b.. symbol for > amenity=shelter for backward compatibility. It will take a while until > all amenity=shelter that could be tourism=* have been converted. Until > then, we just have to live with the bed symbol on amenity=shelter, or > use a custom TYP file. I actually have no opinion on changing vs. keeping the current Garmin ID for amenity=shelter (I use my own style + TYP file anyway). I just wanted to throw into the discussion that imho, amenity=shelter ist indeed about shelter huts in the countryside (which i think is what you meant by "hiking and tourism related"), that are unmanned and unmanaged (and don't have sleeping facilities as they're not intended for that). (which doesn't mean I don't use them for sleeping when I'm on a multi-day-hike.) > Sorry Peter Hendricks and others who feel amused or offended by the bed > symbols on amenity=shelter in urban areas, the solution is to redefine > the amenity=shelter icon by using a TYP file. As I said, I have no opinion on the icon (and no clue about what garmin wanted to express with their POI symbols) Have fun, Martin
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