Hello, I tried to create my map on http://garmin.openstreetmap.nl/ , as I did in the past. This time the option direct download or enter e-mail address is not available.

Only: (Make a selection first) appears

asked 31 Mar '17, 15:34

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(31 Mar '17, 16:49) scai ♦

I am having the same problem. I have selected tiles in the New York region, but am still getting the (make a selection first) in the download box. Anyone have a solution.

(31 Mar '17, 17:02) MaxDavisInc

I have the same problem (in Belgium)! I need my map tomorrow. Please help...!

(31 Mar '17, 20:41) Tricylok

If you need your map tomorrow then just download it somewhere else from, see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/Download

(31 Mar '17, 20:54) scai ♦

From the administrator of the Wuppertal server I have heard that there is a service maintenance going on at the servers that host garmin.openstreetmap.nl as well as my openfietsmap files. Please try it in couple of days or use other map providers.

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answered 01 Apr '17, 13:01

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Please contact Lambertus,the owner of that site, see the e-mail address in my comment over there: https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=639337#p639337

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answered 31 Mar '17, 17:55

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How do I contact them directly?

(31 Mar '17, 18:35) MaxDavisInc
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