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[mkgmap-dev] Changes to require name defined in the style file

From Brett Russell brussell237 at live.com.au on Sat Mar 29 08:50:08 GMT 2014


Looks like a brilliant and timely solution. Finally buckled and today brought a 4wd.   Now more mapping to do!

Thanks once again, I will put this in my style sheet. 

Cheers Brett

Brett Russell
237 Oldaker Street
Devonport Tas 7310

Phone: (03) 6424 8033
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> On 29 Mar 2014, at 7:44 pm, "Minko" <ligfietser at online.nl> wrote:
> Hi Brett,
> Maybe you cna have a look at the Lambertus generic new style maps.
> Recently I have put a dashed overlay line next to the highways to indicate the surface is unpaved.
> highway ~ '.*(trunk|primary|secondary|tertiary|unclassified|residential|minor|road).*' & mkgmap:unpaved=1 { add mkgmap:road-speed = '-1' } [0x10002 resolution 21 continue with_actions]
> highway ~ '.*(byway|living_street|service|cycleway).*' & mkgmap:unpaved=1 [0x10002 resolution 23 continue with_actions]
> The styles you can find here:
> http://code.google.com/p/mkgmap-style-sheets/source/browse/#svn%2Ftrunk%2Fstyles%2Fworld
>> Strange as it might appear in Europe but gravel roads that can be
>> impassible by normal cars are classed as National Highways in
>> Australia. Still have not worked out the best way to render gravel
>> roads but still keep their road level rating. Duplicating all the road
>> lines for gravel will likely mean running out of Garmin hex codes for
>> line type. Also OSM surface rules are rather weird. Bit like the
>> hiking classifications that are very word long, but at least they are
>> a standard. Tempted by the technic used by some for bridges to render
>> gravel roads.
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