CartoMetro map v3.3

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  1. Rogmi

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    Franklin has uploaded version 3.3 of the London CartoMetro map today:

    http://carto.metro.free.fr/

    Amongst the changes are the new LO and TfL lines are shown in their colours and the present Thameslink track layout alterations between Blue Anchor Junction and New Cross Gate / New Cross shown, together with the disused tracks.

    Users are advised to download the PDF version for off-line browsing. This version of the map also redraws faster than the previous version, something which will probably be especially noticeable for those browsing the PDF file on mobiles or tablets.

    Franklin has also added GPS location to the online maps
     
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    Anyone finding that it is crashing when zoomed? I'm on an iMac using the pdf version, it will only accept the zoom twice before declaring a problem and reloading the page.

    This appears to happen with the the pdf viewer built into Safari only fortunately. Adobe Reader itself is OK.
     
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    No crashing here with the same setup: Mac with the high res PDF displayed within the Safari browser. I could zoom in many times, albeit a bit slowly.
     
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    A very minor thing missing from an excellent map: The newly installed reversing siding at Chadwell Heath on the TfL Rail / AGA route.
     
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