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Hello, I´m trying to add all my region of Urdampilleta, Argentina and the imagen is old there is no a useful zoom in that area, is it possible to update the image? Thanks Dino

asked 01 May '12, 15:56

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The background image can be magnified more when editing with JOSM than in Potlach2. They are same images just a limit to mag in P2, so if you are at present using P2 one solution would be to try JOSM. see my answer to this http://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/12249/how-do-i-map-regular-buildings

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answered 01 May '12, 22:01

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sorry I've looked at the area and the images are too poor to be magnified unlike the french example

(01 May '12, 22:50) andy mackey

The satelite imagery is used with permission from Bing. You should contact them and add a request for better imagery in your area.

You could also get a gps and go out and survey the area. That way you get more accurate data then you can get from areal photos.

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answered 01 May '12, 15:59

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Thank you Gnonthgol, I´ll try that.

(01 May '12, 16:01) DinoQ

I´ll read how to upload the .gpx file. Thanks again

(01 May '12, 16:02) DinoQ

Another hint: If you are using Potlatch (the online editor), it will not show any background if you zoom in too far. If you use JOSM, the background images will be scaled instead. This may help a bit if there is no high-res imagery.

(01 May '12, 16:06) sleske
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