How do I attach OPEN CYCLE MAP to my edit session?

asked 03 May '15, 05:18

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please be more precise. what do you mean with "my edit session"?

(06 May '15, 12:53) Harald Hartmann

You cannot "edit OpenCycleMap"; OpenCycleMap takes its data from OSM, so you edit the OpenStreetMap database and the results will be visible in OpenCycleMap. The exception are contour lines and hill shading; these are taken from third-party sources and you cannot edit them.

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answered 03 May '15, 09:34

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The OpenCycleMap tiles are a product of Gravitystorm Ltd. http://www.thunderforest.com/ Andy makes these tiles widely available. If you are looking to add them as a backdrop in JOSM you can go to Imagery > Imagery Preferences and in the upper pane select OpenCycleMap and then click the Activate button. See Below: Imagery Preferences panel screenshot

To add these tiles as a backdrop in iD you need to add it as custom background imagery. On the imagery control pane select custom and enter the TMS url from thunderforest.com .

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answered 03 May '15, 06:35

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