I’ve grasped how to do all of the steps finally and have successfully created paired up maps and lidar but it took me a long time to set the tags on OSM and I wanted to check I’m doing it efficiently.
My method: using blank line, work around all objects on a single hole then click save and add the individual tags (tee, fairway, green etc.)
Question: can you tag a line before you lay it down? For example could I select “golf > green” and then spline every green in one sitting rather than having to do the arduous step of labelling every line as I go?
Thanks in advance
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Post by bradleystuart on Mar 27, 2019 11:51:38 GMT -5
I think the best you can do is just leave them as generic 'areas' as you go along and then convert them to their proper textures before uploading. Doesn't seem like it would save a huge amount of time though.
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I used to do one hole completely at a time but found it easier to do all items of the same type before moving on. For example, use Area and do all the Sand Traps. The last used category is at the top of the list so you don't need to keep searching the Golf Feature list.
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