Using openstreetmap.org ( not the API ), how can I change my settings so that the elevation of mountains is displayed in feet instead of meters?

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The map on openstreetmap exists from pre-generated images. Those images (or tiles) are the same for everyone. There are no settings that you can change to display values in other units or names in other languages.

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Also, avoid tagging for the renderer. The OpenStreetMap is rendered in metric distances. If you want to see the map in imperial distances you will have to find a (different) renderer that displays feet rather than metres.

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