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how do I print a map that I have edited in JOSM?

asked 14 Sep '12, 15:08

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In the list of JOSM plugins, one is called "print", Not much documentation excepted this README file. You can also improve or change the map styles displayed on JOSM screen.

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answered 14 Sep '12, 15:17

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If you have made some edits to some original data from the main OSM server that you only need for your purposes, then do not upload your modified data, but save this locally as an osm file to your harddisk.

Then try to find a program that can process OSM data in general delivered via a local file.

At least maperitive should be able to do so, and you can produce bitmap files or SVG vector grafics with it.

See OSM_on_Paper for some programs.

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answered 15 Sep '12, 14:45

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