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* Afaik the world map is linked to the railway map. Some viewers/browsers allows viewing the railway map wih the world map as background.
 
* Afaik the world map is linked to the railway map. Some viewers/browsers allows viewing the railway map wih the world map as background.
 
--[[User:Ywang|Ywang]] ([[User talk:Ywang|talk]]) 23:17, 3 October 2019 (CEST)
 
--[[User:Ywang|Ywang]] ([[User talk:Ywang|talk]]) 23:17, 3 October 2019 (CEST)
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:* When I open out.svg with Inkscape, it has the underlying map scaled to 960×960; the vector layer has some extra space. For Inkscape, you need to scale and move the contents to align both 0,0 and the rest. I just did that, but had to do extra calculations instead of just changing the position to -3000,-3000. I will also have to update it to use the world.png. Scaling does not seem to affect RAM usage significantly. --[[User:ParalyzeEntertain|ParalyzeEntertain]] ([[User talk:ParalyzeEntertain|talk]]) 01:02, 10 October 2019 (CEST)

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Why are there photos of a huge building in the rain and a nice carpet? Just a small question...... --Lucasburlingham (talk) 22:23, 6 June 2019 (CEST)

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out.svg could be changed so that the coordinates in it match the world's coordinates. Also, it seems that the text is just vector graphics. It would be helpful (even if confusing) to have copies of the line names in the labels or descriptions of the objects, so they may be searchable or otherwise readable without looking at the picture, whatever your viewer or editor allows. --ParalyzeEntertain (talk) 20:01, 3 October 2019 (CEST)


  • The coordinates match the coordinates of the map generated at that time.
  • Line names and line numbers may be different from technical line numbers and RCs (get_line() and get_rc()).
  • Afaik the world map is linked to the railway map. Some viewers/browsers allows viewing the railway map wih the world map as background.

--Ywang (talk) 23:17, 3 October 2019 (CEST)

  • When I open out.svg with Inkscape, it has the underlying map scaled to 960×960; the vector layer has some extra space. For Inkscape, you need to scale and move the contents to align both 0,0 and the rest. I just did that, but had to do extra calculations instead of just changing the position to -3000,-3000. I will also have to update it to use the world.png. Scaling does not seem to affect RAM usage significantly. --ParalyzeEntertain (talk) 01:02, 10 October 2019 (CEST)