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Maybe you could do it with java. Maybe you could do it with java Search circles by colors. Get coordinates of circles. Match this coordinates with some third party like google.
Convert this pdf map as dxf format using "Adobe Illustrator" 2.Take some control points from Google earth in map area and mark same places in dxf file then do spatial adjustment (Arcgis) with familiar software.
Couldn't comment or login using the account i started the topic so I am posting this as an answer. Your comments gave me ground to some testing and it seems that the problem is partly solved. For the record I'm using the 64 bit version. All this time I was exporting a 3000 x 900 mm map with "print as raster" option selected at 300 dpi. So 300 dpi gives me a ...
I went through this last year, and using the OpenLayers basemaps for print-ready exports does not seem to work. I think its the basemap tiles that are moving, and not your points... I would recommend, and you will love the result in terms of quality as much as what you learned, to follow the steps @underdark has put together here: A guide to ...
The issue should have been fixed for Windows builds with this ticket: http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/ticket/408 for OSGEO4W GDAL and the QGIS 2.4.0 and dev versions from the setup installer. gdal_translate works now (it takes some time), even inside QGIS with Raster -> Conversion -> translate, but loading the raster directly never ends. This happens in ...
The HTTPFetcher retrieves the information into an attribute, so use the AttributeFileWriter transformer to write that attribute out to the file system. If it's already a PDF then you shouldn't need to use the PDF Writer.
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