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comment Is there service for exporting georeferenced OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps in GeoTiff format?
Has anyone done this? I've gotten as far as producing the PNG + world file, but cannot work out how to get gdal_translate to use the world file. It looks like as of version 0.6, nik2img is supposed to produce GeoTIFF directly, but it does not appear to in my testing.
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comment How do you make map styles NOT appear in a legend?
In case it helps the use-case any, here is the situation. Using the OSM styles, there are styles defined for each road type for multiple scales [ex. 0-10k, 10k-40k, 40k-100k]. There are separate rules for the text labels on those roads for two scales [0-20k, 20k-50k]. The un-usable solution to this is to basically multiply those two and merge them [0-10k, 10k-20k, 20k-40k, 40k-50k], but that does not make the code maintainable and adds a lot of redundancy.
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comment How do you make map styles NOT appear in a legend?
I was familiar with scale, but not with the rule command. Still, it doesn't quite fix the problem [unless, I guess, we have a GetLegendGraphic call for each of the non-text styles]. I'm pretty sure this is one of those things that just isn't supported.
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