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In Potlatch in the UK the top vector layer is "Derbyshire - 20120607" (in Derbyshire), from http://dev.gravitystorm.openstreetmap.org. It's not selected by default.

What actually is it and what is it supposed to be used for?

asked 11 Jun '13, 14:35

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permanent link

answered 12 Jun '13, 06:01

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Excellent, thanks - that page even has "how to use it" videos on it.

(20 Jun '13, 13:05) SomeoneElse ♦

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