Thank you! That worked really, really well!
On Wed, Feb 23, 2022 at 1:49 PM Michael Reichert <osm-ml(a)michreichert.de>
Am 23.02.22 um 15:53 schrieb Jonathan J. Bittner:
> I just started doing some ORM development and I'm using kosmtik. While I
> like it, it's sometimes hard to figure out where you are or more
> appropriately, where you are trying to go.
> Some areas I can recognize by geography: single lines on peninsulas,
> rail hubs like Chicago or Kansas City, by shape/lines once you know the
> area, etc. I can also get a permalink from ORM and put the coordinates
> into the url for kosmtik.
> However, I was wondering if there was a way to get the ORM background
> (Mapnik Grayscale) or similar to display behind the renderings from the
> file. There seems to be quite a few additional plugins for kosmtik but
> it's a bit confusing as to what they do or how they work. I've seen ones
> that will render side by side or over but not under. Not sure if I'd
> need to render the "world" or if the grayscale tiles could be pulled in
> from an existing tileserver.
I often run https://github.com/geofabrik/tileserver-demosite
configure the layer served by Kosmtik locally and tiles from osm.org
Even more often, I try out changes using Nik4, i.e. I render static map
images (2048x2048 px).