Hello All,

In a Windows environment we were able to successfully loaded our data into a PostGIS database using osm2pgsql. Also successfully downloaded all the requisite shapefiles. Were able to create .png tiles using generate_tiles.py and mapnik-stylesheets-master's osm.xml file. We are wondering what is the best way to custom render .png tiles? Should we use Komstik or TileMill? Or just manually edit mapnik-stylesheets-master's .xml.inc files? Please let us know your opinion and why. The more details the better. We have to work in a Windows environment and in the end must have the .png tiles in the standard OSM directory structure - z/x/y.png. Thanks, SeattleHeather

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