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#1 2019-10-24 20:09:47

lmason_aph
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From: KY, USA
Registered: 2018-02-16
Posts: 25

JOSM .css stylesheet question—removing fill from 'highway=footway'

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Hello,
I have created my own .css stylesheet for JOSM that helps me with the semi-complicated
indoor mapping we do.
I have on minor annoyance that I cannot seem to find an answer to, even after dissecting
the Potlatch and other style sheets.
I would like to remove the filled web that runs through a multi-directional way.
In the provided examples, there is my highway way on the left, with the offending yellow
web, and Potlatch on the right.
I would like to know what entry I might put in my style sheet to get rid of the web and
make it a webless way like Potlatch.
Thank you in advance!

Lem Mason
Louisville, KY

Image link:

https://imgur.com/I4Cu5qO

Last edited by lmason_aph (2019-10-24 20:34:56)


I would appreciate the opportunity to work on indoor mapping projects using JOSM or vector uploads.

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#2 2019-10-24 20:33:48

lmason_aph
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From: KY, USA
Registered: 2018-02-16
Posts: 25

Re: JOSM .css stylesheet question—removing fill from 'highway=footway'

I have figured this out.

"fill-opacity:0;"


I would appreciate the opportunity to work on indoor mapping projects using JOSM or vector uploads.

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