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I need to export a map as a pdf, but, I need the map to look like the layer I choose, Example: 1 Standard, 2 Cycle Map, 3 Transport Map, 4 MapQuest Open, 5 Humanitarian. Everytime I try to download a map, I keep getting “Standard” layer or view of map. Thanks in advance.alt text

asked 16 May '14, 02:45

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This is not possible from the OSM web site; you can only export those styles which are rendered by OSM itself and that's just the OSM style, all the others come in from third-party servers.

Enter "export" or "render own map" in the search box above to find some information about map export and styling, and also see the answers to "Exporting MapQuest Open Map".

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answered 16 May '14, 06:48

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Have a look at OSM on Paper, there we have tools like BigMap and BigMap2 where you can choose from a bunch of OSM based layers. Then download and print your tiles.

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answered 16 May '14, 14:47

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