Colour coded bicycle routes

Started by Wojtas82, June 11, 2014, 11:23:59

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john_percy

Quote from: Wojtas82 on June 20, 2014, 14:31:43
Right now I'm struggling with possibility of displaying paths containing tag :
highway=path
bicycle=designated (and similar)
On the face of it:
<rule e="way" k="highway" v="path">
     <rule e="way" k="bicycle" v="designated">
     ... whatever...
     </rule>
</rule>
But it all depends on how the tags have handled when the map is generated.

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Wojtas82

Thanks again John. I'm finally starting to understand how this code works, thanks! I might have less and less stupid questions :)
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Masterijn

Is there a way to know wich objects kan be adressed in rules? For instance in the latest o.s.m. maps of Viewranger I can see invidual houses being drawn at a high zoomlevel. In the vectormaps of Locus these are always drawn as larger blocks of multiple houses. So is this because of the rules are missing  or is the vectormapsdata less detailed?
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john_percy

Quote from: Masterijn on June 20, 2014, 23:07:17
Is there a way to know wich objects kan be adressed in rules? For instance in the latest o.s.m. maps of Viewranger I can see invidual houses being drawn at a high zoomlevel. In the vectormaps of Locus these are always drawn as larger blocks of multiple houses. So is this because of the rules are missing  or is the vectormapsdata less detailed?

OSM data is selected and transformed for the vector maps, so the data may be less detailed. You can see how the various tags are handled for native Locus vector maps: http://support.locusmap.eu/hc/en-us/article_attachments/200081272/tag-mapping-tourist.xml For OpenAndromaps tag mapping and tag transform see http://www.openandromaps.org/en/map-basics-2

You can see what is in the original OSM data by going to http://www.openstreetmap.org and then clicking on "Edit"

Where are you looking? According the the detail of the original mapping individual buildings may have been mapped or just blocks of buildings.
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Masterijn

Thanks for the reply I will dive into it.
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Wojtas82

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jusc

Thank you, looks nice. One question, do you use double lines (double "dy") for icn?   
Regards J.
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Wojtas82

Nope, I decided not to use it for now. I'll wait for Popej's update.
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Wojtas82

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