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[mkgmap-dev] default style improvements

From Ticker Berkin rwb-mkgmap at jagit.co.uk on Mon Jan 21 07:09:30 GMT 2019


Here is a patch to change some TYPE element numbers in

Changes are:

0x17, which shows as "Park" in green, is currently used for these OSM
park, playground, common, garden, greenfield, meadow, grass,
village_green, square/plaza
Keep this mapping for leisure=park, playground
Use 0x15 for landuse=village_green
Use 0x1c for landuse=meadow, grass, greenfield, farmland
Use 0x1d for leisure=common
Use 0x20 for leisure=garden
Use 0x25 for square/plaza

Use 0x26 instead of 0x10 for landuse=farmyard
0x26 was unused. 0x10 is used landuse=residential
Use 0x26 instead of 0x4e for landuse=farm

Use 0x12 instead of 0x08 for landuse=retail
0x12 was unused. 0x08 is "Shopping Center" 

Use 0x12 instead of 0x05 for highway=services 
ie consider it a retail area - it normally includes shops, parking,
fuel, eating places etc and isn't just a "Parking Lot". Someone
suggested this change a few months ago but I can't remember who. 

Use 0x22 instead of 0x1e for historic=...
0x22 was unused. 0x1e is "Park"

add natural=tundra [0x52 resolution 18]
This is a standard Garmin type

add natural=beach | natural=sand [0x53 resolution 20] 
This is Garmin type, sometimes labeled "Flat" or Sandbank,tidal/mud
flat and the change was suggested by Nick / Minko on 27-Sep-2018

Use 0x0f instead of 0x0c for landuse=commercial
0x0f was unused. 0x0c is "Industrial Complex"

Use 0x11 instead of 0x04 for military=danger_area
This often covers a large area of other mixed use, and rendering it
with partially transparent is much more informative

Use 0x23 instead of 0x13 for amenity=...
Use 0x24 instead of 0x13 for man_made=...
0x23 & 0x24 were unused. 0x13 is now just used for building

Use 0x21 instead of 0x1f for tourism=...
0x21 was unused. 0x1f is "Park"

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