[Loadstone] Loadstone Digest, Vol 43, Issue 29

Kennydog hurrikenny at slingshot.co.nz
Fri Jan 29 20:52:23 GMT 2010


Hi Shawn,

Yes, it was when I was trying to upload the converted osm to loadstone 
file. I had saved it as a txt with UTF-8 format so the format side was 
fine, but when I went and had a look in the file, the user id was that 
of whoever uploaded the osm to the website I got the osm file from I'm 
assuming. It isn't mine. How do other people get on when they download 
an osm file, save it as a loadstone one and try and upload it to 
loadstone for others to use? What do they have to do to be able to share 
it? Or what program will make it work without user id errors? The site 
also had an Aussie osm which I would like to convert to Loadstone, but 
will wait to see if there is an easier way than have to search and 
replace all user ids. Would this be the same with Nokia to Loadstone lmx 
files (being able to convert and try to upload) or is this the way I 
need to do it to share them (IE replace the original user id with mine 
and then save and upload)??

Thanks,
Gene

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> From: Kennydog<hurrikenny at slingshot.co.nz>
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> Subject: [Loadstone] How to open osm file if larger than 2 mb
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> Hi there
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> I found a site with osm files on it for new zealand and australia.  and
> have unzipped itto get to the file then I went up to the site to convert
> it.  I think I read on the site it will only do a 2mb file is there one
> that will open one if its about  45 meg or so?
> Or a programme that will convert it to the loadstone format if I can get in.
> any help would be greatful
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> Gene
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> Subject: Re: [Loadstone] How to open osm file if larger than 2 mb
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> You can use the offline loadstone tools
> http://code.google.com/p/loadstonetools/
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> If you have problems in the conversion let me know and I will convert
> them to loadstone dbase.
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> On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 6:21 AM, Kennydog<hurrikenny at slingshot.co.nz>  wrote:
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>> Hi there
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>> I found a site with osm files on it for new zealand and australia.? and have
>> unzipped itto get to the file then I went up to the site to convert it.? I
>> think I read on the site it will only do a 2mb file is there one that will
>> open one if its about? 45 meg or so?
>> Or a programme that will convert it to the loadstone format if I can get in.
>> any help would be greatful
>>
>> Gene
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