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  1. Add Open Street Map as a layer

    Allow Open STreet map as a layer for non NZ locations

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  2. Support A0, A1, A2 paper sizes

    Add support for A2, A1, and A0 paper sizes. Its now possible to get cost effective commercial "dura print" from say https://www.warehousestationery.co.nz/print-photo/printing-services

    5 votes
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  3. adding some functions to NZ Topo Map

    1)login option by facebook etc
    2) add marking points so I can drop a pin where I climbed or visited
    3) add 3D map
    4) add racing route options so I know which route I walked

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  4. Add to the API the ability to specify the layer and the transparency

    Add to the API the ability to specify the layer and the transparency.
    e.g.
    &layer=aerial
    &tp=50 (percent).
    See also https://kiwiwiki.nz/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Cookbook/NZTopoAPI

    3 votes
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  5. include a 'pen' button

    include a 'pen' button that, once pressed, allows you to draw a route on a map in a separate 'layer' which could then be saved or shared with others. Also distance could be calculated - either based on topography (if possible) or as the crow flies.

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  6. Permanent Points Of Interest

    For 'adventurers' being able to say, login to topomaps nz and being able to place markers at points of interest that you can always come back and refer to at a later date would be amazing. I myself am a photographer and the option to place markers at a potential spot would be an immense addition for many people who use this service.

    Cheers

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  7. Add an API to allow place name to be used

    Add an API parameter e.g. mapname="Mount-Ruapehu/Manawatu-Wanganui"
    to allow a place name, rather than reference to be used in embedded maps

    https://kiwiwiki.co.nz/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Cookbook/NZTopoAPI

    2 votes
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  8. Easy searchable link to the Harper Pinnacles

    Often during "Peninsula Tramping Club" trips to this area we visit the HARPER PINNACLES. This is a popular formation up the Harper River (true Right) from the Avoca River confluence.
    Picture <http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Mx9G41bXeuY/UwFeSS6Su9I/AAAAAAAAHv8/lbILv5QV5XI/s1600/DSC02886.JPG>

    This is on the Te Araroa Trail Catherine Stream closest link down river on true left <https://www.topomap.co.nz/NZTopoMap/nz31248/Catherine-Stream/Canterbury>

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  9. OSX Apple iPhone App

    Such a great resource should be available for iphones too! I would use this a lot, especially with the offline availability. And yes I'm well aware of map toaster, but the overlays with aerial and satellite imagery is game changer.

    3 votes
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  10. Include Street names in search.

    Currently Street names cannot be searched for. For example Scotts Road and Mangatarere Valley Road are used to access the Tararuas. But you can't find them to plan your drive to the road end.
    I suggestion that street names be added to the search, but optionally, so you might have to click a box to include street names into the search.

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  11. 2 votes
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  12. Support locations via what3words

    Support indexing via what3words. This is an brilliant indexing system for the entire world where each 3x3m location can be indexed via 3 words. For example, the ChristChurch Cathedral can be located using "loaf.reason.closed"; much easier to say than "-43.5309188,172.6371539"

    This location cane be shown on a map using the url http://w3w.co/loaf.reason.closed

    I think two features would be really useful here:
    * Display the what3words location of the cursor in the Coordinates menu.
    * Provide an alternate URL scheme to allow the w3w address to be added to allow embedding, links etc.

    From the what2words website:

    what3words is a really…

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  13. Adding boundaries per territorial unit level

    I was just thinking for this online researching map to make things more interesting in a local and sub-national aspect. And that is to add boundary lines for every territorial unit level within the nation of New Zealand: from regional councils to territorial authorities to wards to even area unit-level divisions (either suburbs & towns & neighborhoods on urban areas or communities & localities & settlements & villages on rural areas). Any thoughts?

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  14. Include track plotting by placing waypoints on the map to help with trip planning. Including distance, climb, descent etc.

    Include the ability to plot a track by placing waypoints on the map to help with trip planning. Including distance, climb, descent etc.

    16 votes
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  15. underwater lake contours for Lake Rotoiti

    show the depths within the lake itself

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  16. Have the option to add Grid references to the map when you print it

    Northing and Eastings displayed on the printed map

    29 votes
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  18. Elimination maps

    An app where we can nominate a height above sea level and create for instance a map of NZ from say 250 meters or 500 metres.

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  19. Add an option so north is shown directly upwards

    For some reason the map is rotated -2 degrees from vertical

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  20. Add the ability to print a map to the correct scale

    When "print map" is selected with the topo 50 selected, and the print option is selected as A4 portrait, for example, then the red print area should default to 10.5 x 14.85 grid squares (less about a 6 mm print margin all around). It can then be moved around by the central handle to get the best coverage of the area of interest. It is much more legible to print the maps at the scale they were intended to be printed.

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