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My LoMap is of version 2021.01.18 – the latest for Lithuania from the Store. I double checked, the generated map in the screenshot has osmc:symbol cut into parts as per your first comment.

Well... it is what it is :-) Probably there is some subtle difference.

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The example way of question: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/123736376#map=15/54.1418/24.1821

A part of two relations:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/12456647#map=13/54.1110/24.1671
https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/9652454#map=12/54.0841/24.1003

Attaching also the screenshots of original LoMaps and my own generated. Ways are copied with new IDs, references are left to existing nodes, attributes from relations also copied over.

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Tried both, however I am still missing something. E.g. international hiking and national cycling routes on original LoMaps are displayed as separate lines on different sides of road (red and blue). On my version with newly created ways the colored lines are merged. Where routes separate, lines also separate.

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I see. I have tried to copy ways and it worked, but not fully, however I left the same nodes. I'll try to copy the nodes too then. Thank you for replies and openness :-)

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My own crafting went quite well, but I didn't find solution to mark ways, that are part of more than one network, e.g. international hiking route and local cycling path. Maybe you could share your knowledge on how this is accomplished with LoMaps? I've got somewhat obsessed at this stage :-D

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Thank you. I already found, that adding route=hiking and network=<something> to the way highlights the route in Locus Map. So I am already crafting a script to extract the routes and merging them back into final vector map.

And thank you for pointing out online version, I'll definitely check it out!

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Maps / Re: maps.lt (Lithuania)
« on: May 02, 2021, 09:15:52 »
I'd like to renew this topic, as maps.lt is actually a very comprehensive service and provides the highest details available online for Lithuania.

I've read somewhere that Locus Map can have hard-coded WMTS maps, so maybe it would be possible for Lithuania too?

The server capabilities URL is this: https://www.geoportal.lt/arcgis/rest/services/geoportal_public/background_Lietuva_3346/MapServer/WMTS/1.0.0/WMTSCapabilities.xml

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Hello,

First of all, I am gladly buying all the LoMaps updates without a hesitation to add my small contribution to support my mapping software of choice. But I am also contributing to OSM actively and try to keep my maps updated.

I have found my way of generating vector maps and even POIs (overwriting the .db file from LoPoints).

However, the original LoMaps have hiking routes and bike paths highlighted (hiking in orange, bike paths in purple etc.). If I generate my own map from PBF, it looks absolutely the same in general except those routes/paths are not displayed or displayed just partially (something different probably in original OSM).

One workaround is to display LoMaps with generated maps overlay, but it is clumsy and also renders edited streets or other objects incorrectly, there are also some other rendering issues, like double patternns or cut off letters etc. Also, it seems it drains battery quicker. Another workaround is to extract routes and import them as GPX, but that's not sustainable and works well only on limited area and requires extra work and is not suitable when one finds himself in an unknown area without preparation. Of course, it is always possible to switch between the maps, but that's again additional inconvenience.

Is there a way I could achieve the same display with Osmosis+Mapsforge? Maybe I need to extract relations+ways+nodes and merge them into final map somehow? I use the theme XML from Asamm Software in Github, but this does not help with the routes/paths.

Cheers and thank you in advance.

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