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    I wanted to create a raster map of Parga with SAS planet (v.131111), but all the time I have error: HTTP 400 Bad request, and Satelite (Google maps) doesn't show any picture. Why this error occurs? I only managed to get a satellite picture with Bing maps - Satelite or Bird's Eye North. But when I create a raster with x18 zoom, iGO doesn't see that ( isn't showing it on the map). Some of my earlier raster maps with (Google maps) x18 zoom nicely was showing. I'm going to try it with x17 and I'll see.

    Attached Parga Bing's x17zoom raster.

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    @chopsticks
    Sorry but parga*.raster isnt a good output format for SAS.
    First of all download tiles in Select Manager.
    Please select the following format :jpeg,png,bmp,ecw,jpeg2000 in Stitch of select manager
    Google Satellite is good up to z=15 after we obtain status code 404 data not found.
    Bing satellite is better than google.

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    raster

    I know that. I have already made finished raster with (RasterNNG 315) downloaded images and Bing Maps tiles, but that raster I can't see in iGO navigation. I wonder why?

    I realized what I was wrong. I was wrong because I didn't tied selection rectangular to grid. I've made now good raster for Parga area. Raster maps is done with a 18x zoom and Nokia Here.com Sat. has been used.

    Spoiler: Parga18x raster
    http://www.upl.me/Oo8oPe
    Last edited by chopsticks; 20th February 2014 at 19:55. Reason: Beter raster map added

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanbon View Post
    @chopsticks
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    Google Satellite is good up to z=15 after we obtain status code 404 data not found.
    Bing satellite is better than google.
    Figured out why I was getting those error messages (HTTP 400 Bad request). It was because I added en at the end of URL address in Map settings. When you click on the left button "All by default", You'll be able to zoom to the max and everything will be fine.

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    Hi,
    SAS Planet project has moved.
    It is now at
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    The new stable version No. 140303 is available on site.
    OSM_Mapnik is down .......
    Here's a new version
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    Hi!! Sorry for my poor english and greetings for everyone!!! I'm interested in map fonts for Spain for SASPlanet; i'm gong to try this rar of sigpac provided by jeanbon. I expect they work!! Thanks!!!
    Probed: ohhhh... what a pitty.... Both SSigpac zmp don't work and report "status code 503" in the download error. I have put the zmp folders inside the Maps/sas.maps folder isn't it??
    EDITED: jeanbon the zmp rar's Sigpac donīt work; instead the Espagne rar works only zmp topo (zmp orto don't work). thanks very much if you could modify for works properly....

    Enviado desde Tapatalk.

    Nobody else has the zmp folders for Spain topo and orto??
    Thanks.

    This post is dead... But nevermind, I got the solution. Thanks.


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    Hi,
    Please find after here spain datas updated.
    Good maps !
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    I'm affraid file is empty or corrupt. Dont worry, the problem is solved days ago... Thank you.


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    Hi,

    I am using the latest version of SASPLANET, however i cant see anything when i choose google earth (direct or geocacher or http). is there any special settings i should use.

    All other maps work (googlemaps nokia, bing....).

    Thanks
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    I just try and google satellite works perfectly; choose "Stellite" in Google menu, not in "Google earth" menu.
    the menu that appointments do not know if it worked once ...
    Regards,

 

 
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