Hallo,

wie kann ich das Programm so einstellen, dass beim Start immer ein bestimmter Ort angezeigt wird?

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Welches Programm? Die Website https://openstreetmap.org oder etwas anderes?

(31 Jul '17, 14:07) scai ♦

I'm presuming that this means "how can I add an entry to the Start menu in Windows that will open my favourite web browser at a particular location".

Probably the easiest way (if you're not used to adding entries to the Start menu manually) is to simply browse to the place you're interested in and add a bookmark. The URL for the bookmark contains details of the location, so if you have bookmarked http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/51.50857/-0.21573 as "My favourite pub" then it will appear on your list of bookmarks - select it and OSM will open at that location.

Some web browsers (e.g. Firefox) will appear on the start menu with places that you visit frequently, which if you use this bookmark often, will include it.

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Hallo,

schönen Dank für die Antwort. Sie hat mir weiter geholfen. Einfach den gewünschten Kartenausschnitt einstellen und dann neu unter Favoriten speichern. So klappt es.

Mit besten Grüßen

(04 Aug '17, 13:10) raffinuzzi
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