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what are bbox settings in generate_tiles.py for india tiles

asked 11 Oct '11, 10:55

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Reshma Maner
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The easiest way to find the numbers that you want (stolen shamelessly from Richard Weait) is to click the "export" tab, then shift-click and drag until the area that you want is selected. Then just read the numbers out and stick them in the appropriate place in "generate_tiles.py". Make sure you comment out stuff that you don't want to generate tiles for, of course.

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answered 11 Oct '11, 16:31

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edited 11 Oct '11, 16:33

By the way, as of now December 2012, Richard Weait's blog website - at http://weait.com - seems to be no longer active...

PS A presentation from him about OSM : http://fr.slideshare.net/rweait/ and a video with him : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWCGkAZtnME

(30 Nov '12, 11:33) Pascal Boule...

Take a look at this page. Maybe you can make some research on the OSM wiki before to post your question here.

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answered 11 Oct '11, 12:53

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reverted 11 Oct '11, 12:55

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