Maperitive is a free desktop application for drawing maps based on OpenStreetMap and GPS data. You can define what gets on the map and how it is painted. You can also export these maps into bitmaps and SVG files and print them.

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Generate tiles of World (Zoom 0-2), Germany (Zoom 2-12), Some Cities (Zoom 12-15)

I'm creating an offline navigation application. I'm using leaflet for displaying the map tiles. Right now I'm creating the tiles using Maperitive. This works great so far. But I can't open bigger ...
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Maperitive rule per source

I'm trying to make my own tiles for OpenStreemMaps but with a more "Google Maps" look. After a long time of playing with the rule properties I finally have the look I want but I have a problem. The ...
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How big areas/.osm data files can Maperitive handle?

How do the file-size limitations of Maperitive work out? Background: I'm interested in making a map of the whole of Germany. Any pre-generated maps I find online only cover a region at a time, so ...
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Viewing map tiles generated from Maperitive in leaflet or openlayers

for few days i have been working on developing my own osm tile server. I tried it on linux as well as on windows, no complete success till now. I Have to make tile server on both windows and linux. ...
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Administrative boundaries missing in OSM and/or Maperitive?

I'm lost trying to render maps with administrative boundaries using OSM and Maperitive. For some cities, e.g. Mexico City, there are boundaries. But, e.g. for Belo Horizonte, there are none, at least ...
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OSM zoom levels correspond to what level of text labels?

I'm using Maperitive to render OSM map data of Mexico City as SVG files, destination Illustrator and then print (on paper, in a book). At different zoom levels, the resulting maps have different ...
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Viewing map tiles from Maperitive in leaflet or openlayers

I generated tiles in Maperative. Created following html file: <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="leaflet/leaflet.css" /> ...
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How to use Maperitive with the two layers HikeBikeMap (Hillshading) and OSM CycleMap without the red and blue routes?

I want to use Maperitive for creating maps of National Parks in Europe. I choose HikeBikeMap (Hillshading) and OSM CycleMap, because it shows what I want regarding the levels of hights, but there are ...
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Running Maperitive on a Mac

Really basic question, but I need details and help running Maperitive from my mac. I've tried launching it from the terminal and tried running it through WineBottler. If anyone has experience with ...
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OpenLayers XYZ Unable to Load Local Tiles

I have some local tiles that were generated from OpenStreetMaps using Maperitive. I've tried going through the docs and tests but the map is not loading. I'm not getting any errors in chrome's js ...
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OpenLayers request tiles out of range

OpenLayers map is requesting tiles out of range and all the map is pink. If I inspect single tile, the address is next: /Tiles/15/16384/16384.png But the folder with generated tiles does not ...
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How to serve OpenStreetMap Tiles locally using ArcGIS Server 10?

We want to serve OpenStreetMap Tiles locally using ArcGis Server 10 to use as base maps in our ESRI Silverlight and Flex GIS clients. We've downloaded our regions OSM file and created PNGs using ...
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Maperitive: how to add a new rule-set

Maperitive, a desktop OSM renderer, stores its rulesets for rendering in a subfolder called "Rules" - at least when running under Windows. I tried to generate my own rules (or to be more honest I ...
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Generating tiles for osm/esri shapefiles

I've generated tiles for OpenStreetMap .OSM files using Maperitive and quickly consumed them with leaflet (with no tile cache yet). I'm now looking for the right and simple way to do that also with ...