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    ChristianK
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    I intend to make the OpenGL engine compatible also with the themes in the future.

    Hi EMUX, these are really good news!
    Thanks for all your efforts!

    Best regards
    Christian

    #15748
    Pat100
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    VectorialMap app is available on most platforms. It’s free to view the maps with it but costs £5 on Windows to do stuff with them.

    #24783
    Pat100
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    VectorialMap has been updated and is now called Cartograph Maps 2 (in the Apple App Store) and is much improved. There is a free “Lite” version.

    #48300
    txane
    Participant

    Hello,

    I’ve been able to make GPSPrune to run local/offline openandromaps on Windows/Linux.

    Attached and image of my system running GPSPrune (v21.3) and mapsforgesrv (v0.17.6) running a local copy of the “Spain_Portugal.map” file and “Andromaps – Cycle-Hike – andromaps_hc.xml” style, both downloaded from http://www.openandromaps.org.

    In case anyone find it useful, please see post 48285 on the thread Software for using openandro maps on windows/linux for details.

    Best regards.

    Hello all,

    First of all, thank to OpenAndroMaps for developing and maintaining such a useful map database. I’ve been using these maps for years for my bike travels and now I can’t travel without them.

    As an option for viewing offline maps in windows / linux a super light java option is GPS Prune.

    Recently it’s become possible to make GPSPrune to work along with a local mapsforgesrv server. Thanks to the developers of GPSPrune (@activityworkshop – https://activityworkshop.net/software/gpsprune/) and mapsforgesrv (@telemaxx – https://github.com/telemaxx/mapsforgesrv) for their efforts.

    As a result, I’ve also managed to get GPS Prune to read local map files in my computer using the latest version of mapsforgesrv as mentioned in the thread (https://sourceforge.net/p/prune-gps/discussion/682167/thread/3ce6661934/).

    Attached and image of my system running GPSPrune (v21.3) and mapsforgesrv (v0.17.6) running a local copy of the “Spain_Portugal.map” file and “Andromaps – Cycle-Hike – andromaps_hc.xml” style, both downloaded from http://www.openandromaps.org.

    In case it’s useful for anyone else, I’ve attached a zip file containing both jar files and and the “gpsprune_local_map.cmd” script for running both files simultaneously on Windows 10. Please, see the files in https://sourceforge.net/p/prune-gps/discussion/682167/thread/3ce6661934/.

    GPSPrune is called using the local “.pruneconfig_local_map” file (.\GPSPrune_Local_Map\bin\gpsprune_21.3). This file has already configured the “Mapsforgesrv_Local” “set map background” option.

    mapsforgesrv is called using the local “config.sample.properties” file (.\GPSPrune_Local_Map\bin\mapsforgesrv_0.17.6).

    In case you need to change yourmapsforge style, just drop your style files in the “GPSPrune_Local_Map\files\styles\” folder, and config accordingly in the mapsforgesrv “config.sample.properties” file (.\GPSPrune_Local_Map\bin\mapsforgesrv_0.17.6).

    In case you want to use your maps, just drop your .map files in the maps folder (GPSPrune_Local_Map\files\maps),

    Thank you again to the developers for your help. A whole new world of possibilities is open now for GPSPrune using local map files, styles, and many more options from mapsforgesrv.

    Regards.

    https://sourceforge.net/p/prune-gps/discussion/682167/thread/3ce6661934/

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by txane.
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