[mkgmap-dev] Manage drive-on-left/drive-on-right in resources\LocatorConfig.xmlFrom GerdP gpetermann_muenchen at hotmail.com on Wed Nov 26 17:26:24 GMT 2014
Hi Colin, Colin Smale wrote > How can we make the behaviour deterministic where the map area covers > both? For example, you can't make a rectangular box around the UK > without including bits of France. If the splitter/mkgmap combo decides > to start in the bottom right, the whole of the UK will be driving on the > right. So I don't see when the "detect" option is realistically going to > be useful. Between the UK and France there is a big bit of water, but > there are many land borders between dor and dol countries. Can we get a > combined map that contains both? Yes, would be interesting to know how Garmin solves this problem e.g. in Africa. I don't know how many roundabouts they have which are likely to fall into a mixed area. I think Steve said that it is possible to use boundary nodes which are not all on a straight line, so it would be possible to cut a administrative boundaries. Gerd -- View this message in context: http://gis.19327.n5.nabble.com/Manage-drive-on-left-drive-on-right-in-resources-LocatorConfig-xml-tp5825418p5825476.html Sent from the Mkgmap Development mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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