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I tried to export but it only let me do standard, and not cycle, I also need to know how to add a track that is missing, the location is -28.20951 153.26854 153.27727 -28.22649. The standard map has the top of the track but the cycle one does not show. Can I import the maps to the ap trails?

asked 13 Jun '12, 09:13

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alt textOn my windows XP PC on the right hand side on the map page if hover over the standard icon I get cycle map as an option and it can be exported.

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answered 14 Jun '12, 09:21

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edited 14 Jun '12, 09:32


Whilst it "can be exported" what you actually get if you select "Map Image" is the standard layer (indeed, the option actually says "Map Image (shows standard layer)".

(14 Jun '12, 11:08) SomeoneElse ♦

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(14 Jun '12, 11:54) scai ♦

For getting a bounding box area of the cycle map in an image, you can use bigmap

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answered 14 Jun '12, 08:31

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The cycle map is made from the same database as the 'standard' map, but updates less frequently. If the track is showing correctly on the standard map, it'll be reflected on the cycle map in due course.

The cycle map is not hosted on OSM's own servers (it's a third-party service) so there's no way for it to be made available via the Export tab.

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answered 13 Jun '12, 09:38

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