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Plugins for JOSM
This is a list of all plugins available via the in JOSM integrated plugin manager. If you wrote a plugin and like JOSM to find it, add your site to the list. The link in the first column should point to a direct download of the jar file and should be named exact like the plugin (without the .jar).
Column version should contain a version number if and only if the plugins manifest contain the attribute 'Plugin-Version' matching the version number string on this site. Under Linux, you can check out the josm/dist directory from SVN and run
for i in *jar; do echo $i `unzip -c $i META-INF/MANIFEST.MF|grep Plugin-Version|cut -d: -f2`; done
to display the "Plugin-Version" strings for each .jar file.
|AgPifoJ||Christian Gallioz||Another geotag plugin for JOSM. More details||12780|
|colorscheme||Christof Dallermassl||Allows the user to create different color schemes and to switch between them. Just change the colors and create a new scheme. Used to switch to a white background with matching colors for better visibility in bright sunlight. Dialog is in JOSM's preferences on tab 'Map settings' (strange but true).||12780|
|Create_grid_of_ways||Jorge Luis Chamorro||Create a grid of ways plugin for JOSM. More details||12782|
|DirectUpload||Subhodip Biswas||This plugin directly upload GPS Traces from current active layer in JOSM to openstreetmap.org. More details||12780|
|globalsat||Raphael Mack||Download GPS points from Globalsat dg100 data logger directly in JOSM. More details||12780|
|gpsbabelgui||Subhodip Biswas||This plugin listen to gps devices in the same way as GPSBabel do and creates a active JOSM layer to work on. More details||0.1|
|ImageWayPoint||Flint||This is another plugin to match images to the waypoints in a gpx file. A match is made when the 'name', 'cmt' or 'desc' attribute of a waypt tag matches the filename of an image.||12780|
|Intersect_way||Jorge Luis Chamorro||This plugin find intersections with other ways from selected ones and create nodes on every point More details||12781|
|lakewalker||Brent Easton / Jason Reid||Helps vectorizing WMS images||12991|
|livegps||Frederik Ramm||Supports live GPS input ("moving dot") through a connection to "gpsd". More details||12780|
|measurement||Raphael Mack||Provides a dialog which displays the and length of selected ways, angle between two selected nodes, and area surrounded by a (simple) closed way (thanks to Reza Mohammadi)||12780|
|nearclick||Imi/David Earl||Simulates a click when you do a small and short drag. This is useful for tablet pens or slippery mice, when you have problems just clicking the tablet without the mouse moving (general Java - tablet problem). More info at: More details||12781|
|openstreetbugs||Henrik Niehaus||Integrates OpenStreetBugs into JOSM. More details||13135|
|openvisible||Christof Dallermassl||Allows loading gpx/osm files that intersect the currently visible screen area.||12984|
|osmarender||80n||Displays the current screen as nicely rendered SVG in FireFox. Activate with new menu item View/Osmarender. You need to have FireFox installed and set the Firefox executable under Preferences/MapSettings.||12982|
|plastic_laf||Imi||The Plastic look and feel.||12781|
|remotecontrol||Frederik Ramm||Lets other applications send commands to JOSM. EXPERIMENTAL. More details||13313|
|slippymap||Frederik Ramm||Displays a slippy map grid in JOSM. Can load tiles from slippy map as background and request updates. More details||12780|
|slippy_map_chooser||Tim Haussmann||Adds a new download dialog that allows to select the download rectangle on the slippy map. This plugin works great together with the namefinder plugin! Screenshots are available in the OSM wiki||13328|
|surveyor||Christof Dallermassl||Add nodes/waypoints at the current gps position. This plugin heavily depends on livegps plugin! More details||13332|
|tagging-preset-tester||Imi||Adds a tagging preset tester to the help menu, which helps you developing of tagging presets (quick preview of the dialog that will popup). You can start the jar-file as standalone as well.||12781|
|tcx-support||Adrian Stabiszewski||Directly load TCX files from JOSM.||12780|
|usertools||Tim Waters||Tools to work with authors/users. Selects map data that belongs to selected user, opens browser showing selected author profile page.||13055|
|utilsplugin||Martijn van Oosterhout||Several utilities that make your life easier: e.g. simplify way.||12780|
|validator||Francisco R. Santos||Data validator. It checks for problems in data, and provides fixes for the common ones. Spellcheck integrated for tag names. More details||13332|
|wmsplugin||Tim Waters, Petr Dlouhý||This is the enhanced version of WMSPlugin. Support for automatic tiles downloading and integration of Yahoo downloader was added. Please see the ewmsplugin wiki page for installation instructions and additional information.||13369|
Go to Edit-preferences-Plugins. Then click on the button "Download List" followed by "Update". Finally, enable all plugins you want to install. If JOSM complains that it can't download a plugin, please fix the link on this page's table (should point to a downloadable jar file) or report the problem to the plugin author.
If the automatic way does not work you can install plugins manually by putting the .jar files in the plugins directory under the Josm directory.
Under WINDOWS, this is in C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\JOSM\plugins. Now restart Josm and the plugins should show up here: Edit-preferences-Plugins. Activate the Plugin and re-start JOSM once more.
On a MAC you will find the JOSM directory in the user directory "[username]/.josm/plugins" The point "." in front of "josm" indicates that this folder is invisible. So you will need to use a "Terminal" to move the plugin file(s) to it. (As MAC OS does not show hidden folders in the "Finder".) Here you go:
- download the [plugin].jar file to the user directory: [username] (or copy it there with the "Finder" if you have already downloaded it elswhere)
- open a "Terminal" (put "terminal" into spotlight and start it) - it will automatically open in your user directory
- now move the plugin file to the plugin folder with this command: "mv [plugin].jar .josm/plugins/"
Now restart Josm and the plugins should show up here: Edit-preferences-Plugins. Activate the Plugin and re-start JOSM once more.
Want to create plugins? Go here: DevelopingPlugins