How to rotate image(I am using small aircraft) with arbitrary angle on OSM with MFC i.e. VC++.

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isn't this a question for an MFC or VC++ forum ?

(09 Jun '17, 12:20) escada

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by sleske 09 Jun '17, 13:37


There isn't a "standard" set of OSM classes for MFC, though people have written some that use OSM tiles, I believe. You're displaying something on top of those tiles, so you'll need to ask the author of the classes that you are using.

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