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  1. #11
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    TSRE message says that it can't find imageMapsUrl in settings.txt at all. You have something wrong with your settings file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSRX View Post
    I'm not using Google, I'm using mapbox, which was discovered works as well, with the link I posted to Goku's site, as well as the description of the line I was using...

    Sounds like same issue though......I was only trying to help...........
    Todd
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    I'll upload the settings file later and see if anyone can figure it out that way.
    Trying to balance work and figuring out the new Windows 10 laptop is a bit tricky. Haha

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    Here it is, set exactly the same as on my old laptop, which works fine on there. Again, removed my API key, because I do not wish for others to use my key!

    settings.txt
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    Guess we can't edit posts? Maybe I am missing that..

    Anyways, I goofed and didn't give the right settings file.

    settings.txt


    edit:
    FIXED IT, and it's working now. Apparently if you scroll down further, there is a "imageMapUrl" under the "#extra" section, just needed to copy the link there.

    Previous updates of TSRE did not have this, so adding the line elsewhere worked just as well.

    Wish that was mentioned with the updates of TSRE, but, you scroll long enough, you learn on your own...
    Last edited by CSRX; 01-27-2021 at 09:31 PM.
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    Glad it's working for you, and I know you'll love the outcome. What I've done is load them as Z17, and then run a batch file on the Terrtex directory using AceIt to do DXT compression. That drop in resolution may or may not be appealing to all, but I've found there's still enough resolution left to be able to discern streets, building outlines, etc.


    Pete Willard has a list of valid Settings tokens in his Github PDF, although admittedly a bunch of them aren't documented as to what they do or don't do.

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    Using them for distant mountains and what not, would probably be a great idea to work with for sure, and will keep that advice in mind!
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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