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Sunday, 26 November, 2006

Five more maps

Filed under: osmap Status — Andrew.Rowbottom @ 7:06 am

Made the tile on load options configurable under program prefs and set to false. Seems faster with these false!

Save as Jpeg now works – uses Suns internal jpeg encoder.

End of many of the saves now display how long they took. at least you know when they’ve finished!
Three more maps, health
two bought from MapAnorak.

Five more maps added, skincare
salve all sourced from Mapanorak
1 – River Tweed – 1926
72 – Birmingham – 1921
94 – Bicester – 1919
104 – Swindon and Cirencester – 1919
140 – Weymouth and Dorchester – 1919

Friday, 10 November, 2006

Three more maps

Filed under: osmap Status — Andrew.Rowbottom @ 9:30 am

Made the tile on load options configurable under program prefs and set to false. Seems faster with these false!

Save as Jpeg now works – uses Suns internal jpeg encoder.

End of many of the saves now display how long they took. at least you know when they’ve finished!
Three more maps, health
two bought from MapAnorak.

Thursday, 2 November, 2006

ChangeLog

Filed under: MapStitcher — Andrew.Rowbottom @ 1:42 pm

Made the tile on load options configurable under program prefs and set to false. Seems faster with these false!

Save as Jpeg now works – uses Suns internal jpeg encoder.

End of many of the saves now display how long they took. at least you know when they’ve finished!

Wednesday, 1 November, 2006

ChangeLog

Filed under: MapStitcher — Andrew.Rowbottom @ 2:32 pm

Did some changes to eval_springs to (under certain cirumstances) let Placed (machine or human) points adjacent to the edge affect the position of the edge. It assumes horizontal/vertical alignment only at the moment and doesn’t take into account any tilt. It’s not quite right, ed points below do not affect the springing of points above, while points above DO affect the springing of points below, but still a good start.

Have set the “peak search radius” for the edge points to be the same as the end radius, instead of 10*current radius. Seems to improve the chances of placing the edge points. Noticed also that small end radiuses still place a lot of point if the map is good quality.

In general things are looking up.

ChangeLog

Filed under: MapStitcher — Andrew.Rowbottom @ 1:20 pm

added:

gc before file save

suggested filename to png and jpg

autplaceall now displays an info dialog when complete

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