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comment Which monitor for working on printable maps?
I already use the compiz zoom function with my mouse wheel. Its helping but not exactly what Im looking for.
Nov
17
comment Which monitor for working on printable maps?
I would like to have the "final view" in the canvas, not just in the print composer where I have to switch to check the result. Something like a scale independent zoom function in the canvas would do the job.
Nov
15
comment Which monitor for working on printable maps?
I'm running Ubuntu.
Nov
15
revised Which monitor for working on printable maps?
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Nov
15
comment Which monitor for working on printable maps?
Of course I can, but I would have to change the scale. If I have a map I want to print in 75k, I also have to use the same scale in the canvas. The screenshot is in 75k.
Nov
15
asked Which monitor for working on printable maps?
Nov
12
answered QGIS Composer thematic map : one (png, pdf, etc.) map per feature type
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accepted How to snap a GPX-track to a road network?
Oct
15
comment Download link to osm2pgsql
Did you try GitHub? Look here: github.com/openstreetmap/osm2pgsql
Oct
13
comment How to snap a GPX-track to a road network?
I found in that post, that "Hausdorff Distance" could be the right thing for me - but now it seems, it isnt :-)
Oct
13
comment How to snap a GPX-track to a road network?
That seem to be a better approach. But I really have no Idea, how to perform the script. I'm not familiar with sql-scripting. And the examples at postgis.net/docs/ST_Snap.html are not helping me. I have two sql tables: one (planet_osm_lines from osm2pgsql) and one (track_table) I made from a gpx-file. I need the result as a new polyline in "track_table".
Oct
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asked How to snap a GPX-track to a road network?
Oct
10
comment one label for two-lane roads (osm, qgis, postgis)
Looks fine, but Im not familiar with sql-programming. So, could you please explain what "a.label_id", "a.label_id_1" and so on stands for? My table has a ID (column osm_id) and a column (ref) for the label (for example "A70").
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asked one label for two-lane roads (osm, qgis, postgis)
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