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Add a Print function #88

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yohanboniface opened this issue Jul 15, 2014 · 10 comments
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Add a Print function #88

yohanboniface opened this issue Jul 15, 2014 · 10 comments

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@yohanboniface
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@yohanboniface yohanboniface commented Jul 15, 2014

Originally reported by: BitBucket: leftshifted, GitHub: leftshifted


It would be really nice to have an Option to print the map.
I know printing from HTML can be very anoying because browsers behave unexpectable.
Still, something like a "Print-mode" which lets users arrange the Map and a list of all points (and other objects), adds a copyright notice (and maybe a "Generated with umap") and then spits it out in a reasonable size and resolution (maybe a few options like custom size, A4, letter, whatever) would be nice.
If no one else wants to try to tackle this, I might also fork and try to get something done, just know that I have somewhat limited time and skills.

Really enjoying all other aspects of umap, this should be so much more public, amazingly simple project!


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@thewholelifetolearn thewholelifetolearn commented Mar 11, 2016

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I would enlarge this proposal to be more generic. It would be great if it could be possible to export in different images format (SVG, PNG, JPEG, PDF, ...). It would ease the printing and could be also reused in documents.

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@jphnavarro
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@jphnavarro jphnavarro commented Mar 18, 2016

C'est vraiment une fonctionnalité qui manque dans uMap... je plussoie !

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@trofima
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@trofima trofima commented Feb 13, 2018

So 3.5 years passed. Is there any progress on that?

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@hannesw
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@hannesw hannesw commented Feb 21, 2018

+1 for that - PDF export would be great!

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@Dubidubiduu
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@Dubidubiduu Dubidubiduu commented Apr 12, 2018

+1
Or at least a way to export the map. Including style!

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@Guddi11
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@Guddi11 Guddi11 commented Aug 27, 2018

+1
Definitely would love an export functionality, may it be pdf or reasonably sized image!!
Is there any attempt in creating that?

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@clembeb
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@clembeb clembeb commented Sep 23, 2018

+1
It would be very nice to have an export to pdf functionality.

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@sylvain-m
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@sylvain-m sylvain-m commented Nov 30, 2018

+1 👍
A mon tour de plussoyer : on vient de s'en sortir avec des captures d'écran, mais une fonction d'impression (PDF) serait beaucoup plus pratique...

On my turn to add 👍 we just got out with screenshots, but a print function (PDF) would be much more convenient ...

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@crti crti commented Aug 28, 2021

Since OSM can only export as image (PNG, PDF, SVG, JPG) the standard layer (which I do not like) an UMap option in this direction to have images for print (300 dpi) would be fantastic. MyOSMatic after some experimenting does a good job, but the layer options are not as wide as with uMap and obviously custom content is not available there. Currently with my FHD monitor the only solution I can think of is getting a 4k+ Monitor and make a screenshot there to get a satisfying resolution.
All other attempts with Add-ons, Zooming, etc. failed so far.

EDIT: I found the Chrome > Inspect > device toggle option >custom device / pixel ratio > Capture screenshot
as workaround and are playing with it - for PNG it might almost do what I want.
Source: https://droidtechknow.com/how-to/how-to-take-high-quality-screenshot-using-chrome-browser/

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@yohanboniface yohanboniface commented Sep 12, 2021

EDIT: I found the Chrome > Inspect > device toggle option >custom device / pixel ratio > Capture screenshot
as workaround and are playing with it - for PNG it might almost do what I want.
Source: https://droidtechknow.com/how-to/how-to-take-high-quality-screenshot-using-chrome-browser/

Works on FF to, with ctrl-shift-M and then screenshot for the viewport.

Also to consider: https://github.com/Igor-Vladyka/leaflet.browser.print

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