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General Discussion / Re: New Maps for Canada, US and Mexico
« Last post by sockmonkey on November 23, 2020, 11:30:41 AM »
After my last update I wondered why most if not all of the maps had grown so much, up to 40% larger!  It looks like the DEM (3d/shading) values were the cause.  Now just using basic values and it doesn't appear to affect the visuals that I can tell.  The next round of updates will be smaller download and map size;  I've also added in where state/province will display big and boldly in base camp and gps, but only normal size in orux maps
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General Discussion / Garmin PLSS sub quadrants?
« Last post by Minerrick on November 22, 2020, 09:26:23 AM »
Does anyone know where I can find a Garmin PLSS overlay that breaks each section down into 64 equal sub-sections as it would be helpful for me to determine mining claim boundaries as they  are described by SW of SW of NW of SE, and it would be nice to have that overlay handy to envision those boundaries.
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Using The Maps/Garmin Software / Re: Georgia Topo Map
« Last post by nemmertkeaton on November 19, 2020, 12:24:13 PM »
Thank you, that was exactly the issue. Once I turned off the Florida map, the Georgia map displayed the area I was looking for.  I appreciate the help.
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Using The Maps/Garmin Software / Re: Georgia Topo Map
« Last post by Boyd on November 14, 2020, 04:17:31 AM »
Wow - haven't seen you around here for awhile! Hope that all is well!  :)
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Using The Maps/Garmin Software / Re: Georgia Topo Map
« Last post by maps4gps on November 13, 2020, 06:12:06 PM »
  Blocks/tiles/quads may have a blank area to conform to the widest area of data.  A tile in Florida is probably overriding the Georgia map data in that area.  This may also be happening around the projection in northeastern Florida.  BaseCamp can only load one map at a time, so this is not an issue there.  Try disabling the Florida map on your GPSr; the entire Georgia map should then be visible.   
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Using The Maps/Garmin Software / Georgia Topo Map
« Last post by nemmertkeaton on November 13, 2020, 11:41:21 AM »
I downloaded the Florida and Georgia Topo maps.  I'm using them to kayak the area rivers near my home and they're awesome.  Unfortunately, the Georgia map isn't rendering a few blocks right at the Florida boarder.  They show up fine in BaseCamp, but on my Garmin Etrex 22x there is a green background with no details.  It is a rectangle from the western edge of Georgia in to about Tallahassee, from the boarder to about 15 miles north of that.  I've uninstalled the map and re-download/installed it.  It seems to do the same thing if I've installed it on internal memory or the SD card.

Any thoughts?

Thanks so much!

Nathaniel
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General Discussion / Re: New Maps for Canada, US and Mexico
« Last post by sockmonkey on November 06, 2020, 06:03:10 AM »
PopeJ,

I use the default typ and style, earlier various known wilderness/protected areas, on land, did not render at all.  After trial and error, a lot, using different typ and style I found the problem.  One of the results was the marine areas such as you pointed out were "nature reserve" color.  I did play around with draw order and resolution but found, for now, the least worst solution is to keep, as is.  I found that almost all those marine areas, on any of my maps are just sea/ocean.  In the case of those island areas near Los Angeles there may be some oil platforms, but I have # all of those sorts of point, lines and poly's in the style sheets, so they won't show up anyway.  As I pointed out in my first post, OSM is Euro centered so I've adapted the best I can for US and North America in general given I'm still learning the fine art of osm/mkgmap mapmaking.
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General Discussion / Re: New Maps for Canada, US and Mexico
« Last post by popej on November 06, 2020, 01:18:24 AM »
Thanks for your kind words!

I think maps of US are quite difficult to create from OSM. I suggest to make protected areas semi-transparent, because they might cover other details. See for example islands near Los Angeles.
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