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Hello, I'm using Merkaartor. I go the the File menu, then Print and it doesn't show the map.

Any idea on how to get the map to show?

Regards, Yoshi

asked 13 Sep '12, 17:41

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Merkaartor v0.180.18-dev... Mageia Linux 2 64-bit - Merkaartor compiled.

For me, the map does not show as a thumbnail picture in the print dialog but it does save the map to a SVG file that can be opened in a browser or edited in something like Inkscape.

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answered 15 Sep '12, 21:42

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Printing is not working a all only blank pages with the grid

have a nive day

using merkaartor 0.18-git(release) on MacBook Pro with osx 10.6.8

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answered 27 Nov '12, 13:35

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edited 27 Nov '12, 13:38

I don't know how it works with OS X. May have more success on the Merkaartor mailing list which is likely to be seen by developers. http://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/merkaartor.

JOSM may be more popular, but given the tendency of JOSM users to do planet-wide bot-like edits, I'm less and less inclined to take them seriously. There's space for several editors and Merkaartor has a very light system usage on my Linux KDE based system, as I'm running most of the underlying programs as part of the desktop.

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answered 28 Nov '12, 23:31

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By the way, JOSM is far more popular than Merkaartor ...

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answered 28 Nov '12, 15:02

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