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First of all I would strongly recommend that you export your map to either a PDF or an image file and use that to plot. This is especially true for very complex maps with lots of layers, rasters, transparencies, annotations, etc. The Page Print and Setup Dialog has nothing to do with printing. Its sole purpose is to set a physical layout page size of your ...


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This seems to be a bug introduced at version 3.14. It seems to work fine with 3.11-3.13.


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http://gislab.net/pics/3.jpg This is what you need to do i believe, right click on the map part you created (not the margins Arc wants to put the map in) then goto distribute, then goto fit to margins. This will make your map fit the margins of your layout choice. I would have put in comments, but it wouldnt let me


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It's not CTRL +, it's CTRL plus ".". Eg, hold down control and press the . key. QGIS master (and the future 2.12 release) has a combobox for jumping directly to a specific atlas page. But in QGIS < 2.12 you can still jump to a specific atlas page feature. Just open the attribute table for your coverage layer, right click the desired feature and select ...


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The problem here is that Active Huricanes layer is added as a feature layer rather than a dynamic map service. Difference is that dynamic map service serves rendered images and rendering is done on server so everything is rendered as specified in MXD. However, the feature layer serves the actual geometry (vertices) and symbology used. Rendering is then ...


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I'm pretty sure the default Print Service can't do this. You may be able to do this via arcpy and a custom print tool. You can see a sample here.


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Currently you cannot publish a hosted print service to ArcGIS Online. The print service has to be coming from an ArcGIS Server. Russ


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Generally speaking, yes, Tilemill does not really support static maps, and its native resolution is web resolution – as you have noticed. The basic workaround is: print more pixels (which makes everything smaller) increase the map Scale Factor (which makes everything bigger) I find you have to experiment a bit, but the process is basically: Export ...


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you should give maperitive a try. Its free software for windows (but closed code). with a very friendly and helpful community - and a reasonable good documentation of the software: maperitve homepage with download: http://maperitive.net/ two minutes intro to maperitve: http://maperitive.net/docs/TwoMinutesIntro.html maperitve users group: ...



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