Current versions:
4.1.5, 11/03/17 (changelog)
2.7.4, 11/03/17 (changelog)
last update of the map key: 11/03/17

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Map key in PDF format

Elevate 4

Highly improved version and recommended map style for OpenAndroMaps,
only compatible with current versions of OruxMaps, Cruiser, Atlas, Locus, BackCountry Navigator
and other apps that support mapsforge 0.5. If Elevate 4 doesn't work please try Elevate 2.

Quick install in Android
Manual download
BackCountry Navigator
Normal version
Locus only

The Locus download contains two version: the normal version for Locus, which is shown only when multilingual/V4 maps are used. And the "LE" (Locus Edition) which is an automatic conversion and is used for normal V3 maps. As Locus uses its own mapsforge version not all possibilities of mapsforge 0.5 are supported for V3 maps.

How to install & use for Elevate 4

Elevate 2

Legacy version, that means it's less well maintained and is only available to keep compatibility with all apps that only support mapsforge up to 0.3/0.4, e.g.
Cachebox, c:geo, Locus up to 3.9.0, OruxMaps up to 6.0.10 etc.

Elevate 2 Downloads & Informations

Map style size
Pixel density of the display
Elevate 2
approx. 240dpi
Normal version (Mapsforge 0.3)
OruxMaps 6.0 (Mapsforge 0.4+)
Locus only
Elevate 2 L
approx. 320dpi
Normal version (Mapsforge 0.3)
OruxMaps 6.0 (Mapsforge 0.4+)
Locus only
Elevate 2 XL
approx. 480dpi
Normal version (Mapsforge 0.3)
OruxMaps 6.0 (Mapsforge 0.4+)
Locus only

How to install & use for Elevate 2

Differences in the map key for Elevate 2:

Variants: As there aren't map styles in Elevate 2, there are theme variants called Elevate_Hiking, Elegant_City and Elevelo_Cycling. All things that are possible with mapsforge 0.3 are still valid as is described for the map styles below. Overlays with switchable symbols or strongly emphasized hiking/cycling routes and public transport network, and also hiking waymarks, are not possible. Also very complex additions are not adapted.
Elements_Backcountry: All elements of Elevate and Elevelo (except mountain bike difficulty levels) are shown, hiking and cycling routes as well as the highly emphasized footways and paths in one map, as well as showing everything as soon as possible. Therefore the colored dots at low zoom levels aren't necessary. If cycling and hiking route are on one way the cycling route is rendered dashed above the hiking route so both are visible.

Routes: Routes use different colors and look different.
Hiking: International and national hiking routes are magenta. Regional hiking routes are green. Local and other hiking routes are yellow.
Cycling: International and national cycling routes are violet. Regional cycling routes are red. Local cycling routes are turquoise. Mountain bike routes are greenish yellow.


There are two different variants of the map styles contained in the downloads respectively:


I developed Elevate for mountain hiking in the alps. At first it was based on the standard hike and cycle map style of Openandromaps, but has been completely revised since. I added additional variants by and by for other uses, by user requests.

Everything should be self-explanatory without a key, as far as it's possible with the possibilities of mapsforge. Therefore I based it on the presentation on paper maps and guideposts in German and Austrian areas. Unified symbols and colors are used. At higher zoom levels names of amenities and areas are shown. As many things which are relevant for hiking and travelling as possible are shown without coming too much to the front or eliminating one another - e.g. big symbols or captions - therefore some symbols and captions are shown at high zoom levels only.

With Elevate 3 overlays were introduced which make it possible to switch certain elements on or off. Those can be chosen, as well as the map styles, directly within the app.
Elevate has been tested and developed with OruxMaps and mapsforge 0.5.1. Locus uses its own mapsforge extension so complete functionality isn't always for sure.


Elements is a modification of Elevate and is made for sparsely populated/mapped areas or countries, mostly backcountry usage.
Elements contains the same map styles and details as Elevate. Only all content is shown as soon as it is contained in the map. Therefore the colored dots at low zoom levels aren't necessary.
In densely mapped areas this variation is not recommended, in those it is slow and unclear.
With Elevate Elements can help to find specific things in the map - just activate only the overlay which you want to view and not the others (e.g. "Amenities" if you are looking for drinking water) and then all apropriate symbols are shown as soon as possible.

Map styles:

Elevate and Elements contain several map styles which can be chosen within the app (how this workds depends on the app). Depending on the map style some captions and symbols are shown sooner, later or not at all. Every map style has a different default selection of overlays which are shown, and for every map style differen options are possible.


Key aspect is to have good overview for all features which are relevant for mountain hiking and perceptibility of paths and track, especially their difficulty and character (or if there isn't any information about that). Cycleways which are allowed for pedestrians look similar to footways. As "Hiking" is the basis for the other map style characteristics like the display of landscape features are included in those.


This is a light version which is especially useful in cities, for example for sightseeing or for everyday life.
Neither hiking nor cycling routes are shown. The highly emphasized footways and paths of "Hiking" are discreet and difficulty and visibility is not marked. Cycleways which are allowed for pedestrians look similar to footways.
Additionally for better overview at lower zoom landscape and protected area names and colored dots are missing. Therefore this variation is most suitable for finding names of settlements.

A public transport network can be overlayed.


As this is a cycling version instead of hiking routes cycling routes are shown strongly. The highly emphasized footways and paths of "Hiking" are slimmer and difficulty and visibility isn't marked. Cycleways are strongly emphasized and surface information is shown if it's in the map data. Ways where cycling isn't allowed are marked with a turquoise cross hatch.


Based on "Cycling" this map syle shows MTB difficulty levels on tracks and paths, visibility of paths and MTB routes.

Map key:


- Dark Blue are settlements. For best view of place names in Elevate 2 (and in Locus with Elevate 4) use zoom 12/13, as points of interest can collide with place names at zoom 14 and larger.
- Black are peaks.
- Red are alpine huts.
- Grey, dark green and brown are landscape names.
- Green with white outlines are protected areas.
Other colors of captions are those of the assigned symbols.


I hope that the symbols are self-explanatory, most symbols are from here. A look at the names of the symbol files in the ele_res folder can also help (for viewing SVG files in Windows this extension is helpful).
The colors mean:
- Light blue means transport and accomodation
- Brown means food, amenities and tourism
- Grey/Black means small (natural) details or man-made
- Pink means health care
- Purple means shopping
- Green means sports or education

Most symbols are appearing at zoom 14 (OruxMaps: 15) or higher, some important points of interest are marked earlier by colored dots:
Red Alpine hut
Green Camp site
Pink Hospital

Public transport stations
Public transport stations are marked by colorered dots:
s_pt_bus.png, 343BBus stop (large: bus station)
s_pt_tram.png, 443BTram
s_pt_subway.png, 558BSubway
s_pt_rail.png, 555BRailway
s_pt_ferry.png, 564BFerry

Hiking paths


Path dificulty uses the SAC hiking scale, however the colors here are according to those used in the eastern alps.
Additionally trail visibility (if it's available in the data) is marked by how the paths are dashed.

Hiking T1 Yellow - Hiking: flat or slighty sloped, no fall hazard, SAC T1;
in the example without information about trail visibility
Mountain hiking T2 Blue - Mountain hiking: partially steep, fall hazard possible, SAC T2;
in the example trail visibility is excellent or good
Demanding mountain hiking T3 Red - Demanding mountain hiking: not always visible, may be secured, hands may be needed, partly exposed with fall hazard, SAC T3;
in the example trail visibility is intermediate
Alpine hiking T4
Demanding alpine hiking T5
Difficult alpine hiking T6
Black - (Difficult/demanding) Alpine hiking/Via Ferrata: no trail, very exposed, climbing, glaciers etc., SAC T4-T6;
only with adequate experience, inform yourself about it before you go;
in the example trail visibility is bad, horrible or no visibility
additionally T5 paths are shown with a broken line, T6 with two thin broken lines
Path Brown - unpaved path/footway (or path without surface information) without difficulty information
Footway Grey - paved path/footway (or footway without surface information) without difficulty information, on the top one cycling is also allowed

Safety measures

On some paths fixed safety measures are included in the maps:

Rope A cable, chain or rope to hold on to; here the grey dots on the path mark the length of the area with safety ropes
Rungs Rungs, stemples, pins
Ladder A ladder

In addition via ferratas may be marked with this symbol: Via Ferrata

Hiking routes


Hiking routes are rendered below paths and tracks starting at zoom level 14 (OruxMaps: 15), till level 13 (OruxMaps: 14) transparent above them.
International hiking routes are blue.
National hiking routes are red.
Regional hiking routes are green.
Local and other hiking routes are yellow.
Waymarks can be overlayed; in lower zoom levels only a small symbol with the background color is shown.

hknetwork.png, 36kB In this example an international hiking route in blue with a violet symbol called VAA49 and a regional hiking route in green with a red symbol and the number 211 can be seen.

Cycling routes


Cycling routes are rendered below streets starting at zoom level 14 (OruxMaps: 15), till level 13 (OruxMaps: 14) transparent above them.
International cycling routes are blue
National cycling routes are red
Regional cycling routes are violet
Local cycling routes are turquoise
Mountain bike routes are greenish yellow

cycle_network.png In this example a regional cycling route in violet that goes from south-west to north-east, besides a national route in red and a a local route in turquoise.

Mountain bike difficulty levels


Mountain bike difficulty levels are shown according to the MTB Scale, you can find all details there.
Additionally trail visibility (if it's available in the data) is marked by how the paths are dashed.

S0 S0: Blue bars on ways: no special driving skills required. In this example you can see how it is shown on tracks.
S1 S1: Blue-red bars on ways: basic driving skills required, obstacles can be passed over;
in the example without information about trail visibility
S2 S2: Red bars on ways: advanced driving skills required;
in the example trail visibility is excellent
S3 S3: Red-black bars on ways: very good bike control required;
in the example trail visibility is good or intermediate
S4 S4: Black bars on ways: at least perfect bike control with trial skills required;
in the example trail visibility is bad, horrible or no visibility
S5 S5/S6: Several thin black bars on ways: exzellent mastering of special trail techniques required or nearly completely impassable;
in the example without information about trail visibility

MTB Scale uphill is marked by horizontal dashes under ways:

0 0: Blue dashes: 15% incline max.
1 1: Blue-red dashes: 20% incline max.
2 2: Red dashes: 25% incline max.
3 3: Red-black dashes: 30% incline max
4 4: Black dashes: 40% incline max
5 5: Two thin black dashes: uphill riding not possible.


Forest tracks and agricultural roads are marked in Openstreetmap by grade:

Track1 Paved track
Track2 Unpaved track, gravel road
Track3 Track made out of a mixture of gravel and dirt
Track4 Track mainly made out of dirt/grass, some gravel
Track5 Track only made out of dirt/grass
Track Track without grade
Bridleway Bridleway

Cycleways and road surfaces

If a normal road (not tracks/paths) or cycleway (when using cycling/mountainbike) has a different surface than asphalt or another flat sealed surface it is marked as following, if the "surface" is included:


Cycleways have a blue border. This only means that cycling is allowed here, but says nothing about the condition or surface of the way. The picture shows an emphasized cycleway in the cycling map style without surface information; on the footway top left in the picture cycling is prohibited.

cycleway_paved paved/asphalt
surface_rough_paved cobblestone
surface_compacted compacted unsealed road
surface_gravel loose gravel
surface_raw natural ground

Access limits

Mainly general access limits are shown. In "Hiking" only if they are valid for pedestrians. In "Cycling"/"Mountainbike" only, if they are valid for cyclists.

destination Local traffic only - only when travelling to this area.
private Private road - only with permission of the owner.
no No access for the general public.
no_cycling Cycling prohibited (only shown in "Cycling"/"Mountainbike").
toll road toll road, marked by red dots
permit only use with permit (might be with costs), marked by red dots

Winter sports

To avoid collisions or not so nice areas ski and sled pistes are marked unobstrusively:

Ski piste Ski piste (with hiking path)
Sled Sled piste (on track)
cross-country cross-country ski-tracks


Fell Fell/Mountain meadow
Heath Heath/dwarf-shrub
Marsh Wetlands/Marsh
Rock Rock
Scree Scree, loose rocks
Scrub Scrub
Wood Wood, forest mixed
coniferous Wood, forest coniferous
deciduous Wood, forest deciduous
Glacier Glacier
Grass Meadow, grass
Farmland Farmland
orchard Orchard
vineyard Vineyard
Water Body of water
intermittent Intermittent body of water (sometimes water, sometimes dry)
Military Military
Protected area Protected area
Cliff Cliff, rock face
Ridge Ridge, arete
Mountain pass Mountain pass, saddle
Tree Prominent Tree
Spring Spring


Elevate, Elegant, Elements & Elevelo by Tobias Kühn

These map styles are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.

Please have a look at licenses.txt for reuse and licenses of resources used in this map style.

Contact: http://www.eartrumpet.net/contact/

Questions? – Need help? – Suggestions?

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  1. Tobias
    Tobias says:

    I’ve made some beta versions for the new upcoming Oruxmaps version which uses mapsforge 0.4. They are tested with RC2 from this thread: http://www.oruxmaps.com/foro/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2054

    I tried to get the rendering as close as possible to how it is in the current version of Oruxmaps which is using mapsforge 0.3
    As I don’t have a device with 480dpi the XL themes are only tested in an emulator, so if anyone could give me feedback if they work as expected on real 480dpi devices would be great!

    Here they are:
    240dpi: http://www.openandromaps.org/wp-content/users/tobias/beta/Elevate_Oruxmaps.zip
    320dpi: http://www.openandromaps.org/wp-content/users/tobias/beta/Elevate_Oruxmaps_L.zip
    480dpi: http://www.openandromaps.org/wp-content/users/tobias/beta/Elevate_Oruxmaps_XL.zip

  2. Tobias
    Tobias says:

    The map key has been revised, now it is marked if something is only visible in certain variations; also cycling routes and MTB scale is shown with screenshots.

    And here comes another small update:
    2.2.4 29/10/14
    – Elegant: removed low zoom markers and limited peaks to zoom 14+ for better overview
    – add zoom-min for military areas/waterways/polylabels, captions for ditch/drain, tunnel for railway=abandoned
    – changed city and town name sizes at lower zoom levels, rendering retaining_wall, zoom-min for barriers for Elegant and Elevate, rendering of park etc. captions, rendering railway=abandoned
    – removed bridge for areas

  3. Tobias
    Tobias says:

    New version:
    2.2.3 17/09/14
    – added pattern for glacier, name for weir/lock, leaf_type, railway=abandoned/disused, aerialway=goods, symbol for drag_lift
    – new rendering for wall, retaining_wall, dam, weir, dock, lock
    – some changes for Elevelo (removed sled/nordic pistes, MTB scale perceptibility improvement, more contrast in route colors)
    – simplified track intervals
    – reduced generator:source to the more visible ones
    – changed most nodes to any
    – removed members-only huts from low zoom marker for alpine huts

    • John Percy says:

      As always, it is good to get hold of your latest updates!
      I think abandoned railway should be rendered before the highways. Round here there, paths and roads often follow the course of an abandoned railway. Your current rendering obscures the path or highway as the railway overlays it. An abandoned railway may be very difficult to see on the ground in any case. (Tramways and bus guideways need to be rendered after highways as they may often run along a roadway.)
      I do wonder also whether it is good mapping to combine disused railway (tracks still there and visible) with abandoned railway (where just embankments and cuttings may be all that remains visible)

      • Tobias
        Tobias says:

        Hi John,
        thanks for the useful feedback, this might be a good idea – although abandoned railways are transparent.
        It might have been a better idea to have both tags seperately, but for now they are in the map as equivalent, so we can’t have different renderings.
        Best regards,

  4. capola says:

    Hi Capola,
    have a look at the tag-mapping and your original request – it should say noexit=ne_yes
    The MTB Theme is pretty old and is missing several things which have been added later. As all MTB tags are included in Elevelo now you could try this as well.
    Best regards,

    Hi Tobias!

    Thanks for showing me these recently added features to the Elevelo (mtb tags)! I haven’t noticed it before. It was a great opportunity to try out this beautiful theme. I will try to be honest and explain you why I still prefer to use the old MTB theme. The first and most important reason is that I have some difficulty distinguishing the different mtb color bars on ways and paths easily. I am not colour-blind, but I think it is just a question of perception. I can even confuse the tracks and paths. If I observe them carefully, I see the differences but on the trail on my bike and with some bad conditions (sun, rain…) it is hard.

    Mountain bike routes are orange and can easily be confused with some secondary roads.

    I reached some problems rendering some more complex multipolygons such as forests. Please, email me – I will show you an example. I also think that the landscape template for forests could be clearer and in just one color – isolines will be more visible. Maybe it is not necessary to render the name for multipolygons, sometimes this name is used just for visual facilities when editing.

    Tobias, I realy think that your theme is wonderful. I just say that in the mountains I will use something simpler.

    By the way I tried with noexit=ne_yes but it doesn’t work.

    • Tobias says:

      Hi Capola,

      thanks for your honest feedback. As you say it has to do with perception, but also the quality of the screen (brightness and contrast) and especially for what usage the theme is made.

      My usage is having my phone in the pocket, display off, following a prepared route and tracking it. Sometimes if I don’t know if I’m still on route or which way to go I have a look at the phone unhurriedly. So I usually navigate with my senses and without looking at the map, as I used to with paper maps. But when I look at the phone I want to have a good detailed view. For that kind of usage I have no problem in the mountains without the issues you mentioned.

      A different usage is having your phone fixed on the handlebars of your bike, display always on, for quick views during riding. My themes aren’t really made for that, you need a simple, very high contrast one. Is that your kind of usage? Then I see why it’s not working for you.

      But I might try to play around a bit with the things you mentioned, maybe I can up the contrast a bit.

      About the complex multipolygons with problems – just past a permalink here, I will have a look. But there shouldn’t be differences between themes.

      The name tag is made for being displayed, and I’m interested in the names of the forests/alpine meadows etc. If someone uses it for editing display it’s wrong usage. One can use the ref tag for that, as in this scrub:
      While this meadow close-by has a real name which is tagged accordingly:

      Best regards,

      • capola says:

        Thanks Tobias!

        I learned many things from you – the multipolygon name was my error. Thanks for understanding my point of view – I use the map in the way you described. However I reached a rendering problem – http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=14/43.4008/27.9752
        It may be due to another problem but with any other map render I see the forest correctly.

        I am sorry to know that the noexit tag is not included as a node too. This tag is used as a node more often and it will be very useful if it can be added too.

        • Tobias says:

          Hi Capola,
          thanks for the link. The problem here are some overlying landuses.

          I use some transparency in my landuses, because quite often some areas aren’t correctly excluded in an multipolygon/area. As for example meadows are drawn over forests in my theme, one wouldn’t see with mapsforge maps a smaller forest in a large meadow, if the meadow wouldn’t be a bit transparent. Thats why most landuses etc. have transparencies. Other themes render it the same, but you can’t see those things if the top layer isn’t transparent.

          I had a look at the data of this problematic area, I can’t see big overlays here. But they can look different with mapsforge than in JOSM, esp. because mapsforge is more sensible when multipolygons are involved. Maybe the problematic landuse which causes those ugly overlays has recently been corrected, so it might make sense to check in the next OAM update.

          What noexit is concerned – Christian, could you also add node to this?

          Best regards,

          • Tobias
            Tobias says:

            Hi Capola,
            The map has to use the newest tag-mapping, and I don’t know if any of the maps which are online right now have noexit=ne_yes for nodes; I tested alps_ost and although its date is 2014-09-13 it doesn’t work. Christian can tell in which maps it is already included, if at all.

            Your theme has several issues:
            – The noexit rule starting line 1642 only works for nodes; replace e=”node” with e=”any”
            – It is nested in two other rules which block it, first one: line 1635, e=”node”, k=”highway” – this means it also has to have the key “highway”, which noexit usually don’t have, especially as nodes; so it’s best to place it outside or delete this rule
            – second rule: line 1235 to 1899 rule e=”node” k=”*” v=”*” – everything inside this has to be a node, so ways won’t work. This not only blocks noexit ways, but lots of others with e=”any”; I would delete this rule completely

            When I remove those issues the noexit symbol appears for ways (and will for nodes if it’s included in the map)

            I don’t know the license of Christian’s MTB style, but you also pasted lots of Elevate code and used symbols by me and others, so if you put it online as you did now please have a look at the license:

            Best regards,

          • capola says:

            Hi Tobias!

            Thank you very much for your help! Much appreciate the time you invested in to help me. I do not intend to share the theme and I have published it temporarily to share it with you and Christian. I hope you don’t mind to do this kind of compilation just for my private use? Otherwise if one day I share it with some friends I will cite your work or probably I must not share it at all?

            Thanks again!

          • Tobias
            Tobias says:

            Hi Capola,
            It’s all no problem for private use.

            It’s also not just my symbols but also those of others I used that have some restrictions for reuse. Just have a look at the license, I listed all licenses of those as well, even if it’s public domain etc, as I think it’s always nice to attribute those who contributed.

            My stuff can be shared and remixed, but has to be attributed, only non-commercial and shared under the same license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)
            Best regards,

  5. giogio says:

    Dear Tobias,
    do you think is not useful to add the SAC scale into the hiking path when you are @ level 15 or above? It could be put near the name of path (if available).
    I think it’s useful when you have some path from T4-T6 and so you can know how they are difficult and also for the lower difficulties to remind the SAC scale.
    Thanks a lot
    Best regards

    • Tobias says:

      Hi Giogio,
      it’s not possible to shoow the meaning of the sac_scale as a number or text, as only the values of these tags can be rendered: name, ref, ele, addr:housenumber

      For a while I already did this:
      “additionally T5/T6 paths are marked in dark grey and black”
      So only those difficulties are combined, and these are less than 1% of all sac_scale values:

      I don’t think that T5/T6 paths (and T4) should be used without prior information.
      Best regards,

        • Tobias says:

          Hi Giogio,
          the possibilities with mapsforge (means vector & offline maps) are more limited than pre-rendered online-maps. So a lot of things which are possible with the latter aren’t possible here.
          But on the other hand they are smaller, support higher zoom levels and can be themed :-)
          Best regards,

  6. Tobias
    Tobias says:

    New update 2.2.2:
    – changed file/folder names so that it’s easier to guess the use of the theme (added hiking/cycling/city/backcountry)
    – added sport=climbing, seperate symbol for emergency=phone, circles to hiking/cycling nodes
    – made surface coloring more visible
    – reduced generator:source to the more visible ones

    • Davide says:

      Hello Tobias,
      Thanks for the update carried out.
      I wanted to know why the name associated with the tag: sport=climbing is not present, because it would be important to show the name, maybe by zooming higher since the tags are often near to each other

      Bye Davide

      • Tobias says:

        Hello Davide,
        just forgot to add the name tag, already fixed this and uploaded the new version. Thanks for the feedback!

  7. Amarillis says:

    Hi there. Thanks for the effort and the great themes. I really appreciate it.
    One only thing that for me silly. On my S4 with Oruxmaps all the displayed text, no matter what theme is about, is almost unreadable due to its small dimension. I tried to change the “Mapsforge text size”(1,2,4,8,10,…) but nothing happened.
    Is there a way to have a readable text on my device?
    Thanks again.

    • admin_openandromaps
      admin_openandromaps says:


      The problem with Oruxmaps, changing the text size, is that Orux still keeps the tiles that it has rendered bevore in memory.
      So prior to changing the text size its a good idea to clear the cache.
      This is usualy done by going to the dialog box where you load the maps and press the icon with the round arrow in the richt upper corner of the display.

      However, the actually shown tiles of the map that is in use wont change the text size till you change the map and clear the cache again.

      Best regards, Christian

      • Amarillis says:

        OK! Thanks. Seems it is working correctly now.
        Anyway, I don’t now why using 1.5 as text magnifier some names (the longest ones) are truncated at the beginning (missing the first letters).
        Thank you.

        • Tobias says:

          Hi Amarillis,
          that would be a bug, clear the cache and restart Oruxmaps. A different way for larger text, try using a digital zoom factor in Oruxmaps which resizes the whole map.
          Which version of Elevate are you using by the way? Elevate XL should be right for the S4.
          Best regards,

  8. Davide says:

    Hello Tobias, why do not add tags sport=climbing to render in the hiking maps?
    Is useful!

    • Tobias says:

      It is not contained in the maps, so it wouldn’t help to include it in the theme.

  9. Tobias says:

    Once again a small update:

    2.2.1 19/06/14
    – removed leisure=park from protected areas, wrong rendering of motorway_junction numbers at Zoom 19+
    – added ways for towers, oneway=-1, ferry_terminal, defibrillator
    – changed trail_visibility value combinations

  10. Tobias says:

    Thanks Fabrizio and John for the reports, I will add/fix this in the next update.

  11. John Percy says:

    A small bug: Motorway junction numbers render with house number style instead of motorway style from zoom=19 upwards.

  12. Fabrizio says:

    Hi, I see oneway=-1 is inclued in the tagmapping, but (as far as I can see) isn’t rendered in any theme.

      • Fabrizio says:

        Yes, but it’s not officially deprecated… anyway I discovered this “bug” because yesterday I found one while biking.

          • John Percy says:

            Got that last bit wrong. I can’t read English even though it is my native language. It is “reverse” that is discouraged, not the other way round.

  13. Tobias says:

    The new version 2.2.0 is released, which has some improvements especially concerning place name rendering and for mountain bike usuage:

    2.2.0 01/06/14
    – optimized rendering at zoom 12 and 13 for place names
    – limited poi symbols to zoom 14 and larger and added low zoom markers (zoom 12+13) for important pois
    – included MTB-scale in Elevelo (not in Elements because of sac_scale)
    – added symbol for farmyard, archaeological_site, wayside_shrine, tundra
    – removed green overlay for protected areas at lower zooms
    – changed priority for camp_sites/caravan_sites, rendering for landfill, contour lines at lower zooms, rendering of surface

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