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More than 1 atlas

 
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davidknibb



Joined: 23 Jun 2012
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 6:33 am    Post subject: More than 1 atlas Reply with quote

Hello

Not really sure exactly how to phrase my question.
I've been experimenting and gradually getting to frips with TM and also Maverick Pro.
On balance I think I prefer TB - but to my uneducated eye - Maverick has one advantage - it's very east to merge atlases by just merging the folders that contails the map tiles.
ON TB - I've got an atlas for the west of England and also the east of England (Ordnance Survey) with some small overlap on the boundary.
If I'm doing a trek North-South - the boundaries of the 2 atlases are crossed several times - and it's a bit fiddly changing from one to the other several times.
Is there a recommended way of merging 2 atlases into 1 (TBMapper maybe) - and if so is there a location where the workflow is outlined ?

Or have I missed something along the way ?

Thanks

David
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davidknibb



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 6:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry - my spelling.

I meant 'getting to grips with TB and Maverick Pro'

Apologies

David
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