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All the map data on the screenshots is taken from
GPS active on the Freerunner
The violet line is the gps track, the view is centered,
so that the view is centered to the current position.
Editing tags on the Freerunner
The thin lines are the osm vector data. The
black line is the currently selected way.
In the bottom line, the tags can be edited.
Selecting areas for printing (with the cyclemap)
The rectanlges show areas which are selected
to be printed. To actually print the data, you
should zoom in and then print the map.
Editing tags on the PC
Nodes are also shown. Their size shows the number
of ways connected to it, so you can see whether
there are nodes which have no connection to a way
OSM data loaded for Lower Saxony.
This looks a bit like modern art,
It is the niedersachsen.osm.bz2 from download.geofabrik.de with
mapnik data around that.
Of course, you should not try this on your freerunner.