How do I download the "rendered in black and white without POI" (as rendered by toolserver) as a png or other vector file. OR How do you add it in as a map style into OpenStreetMap

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Edit this question and tell us where you get the "rendered in black and white without POI" from. where have you seen it?

(23 Feb '12, 20:21) stephan75

I suppose he's talking aboute the toolserver style, and I have edited the question for clarify it.

(27 Feb '12, 10:26) NicolasDumoulin
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Also "add it in as a map style into OpenStreetMap" doesn't make much sense. Maybe you mean "add it as a layer within a slippy map display running on my own website" (?).

(27 Feb '12, 15:26) Harry Wood

@Harry: Hmm, I think that he was rather thinking about adding the tiles layer as a base layer on the main slippy map at http://osm.org

(27 Feb '12, 16:00) NicolasDumoulin

You can use BigMap, using the toolserver tiles url for building a picture from an area with this style.

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OpenStreetMap by itself is not supplying map styles (excepted the one identified as "Mapnik" on the main page). If you want a different map style, you can setup your own local rendering tool (check out on the wiki) or use one published on the web like the Style Editor by Cloudmade.

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