Support Staff2 Posted by Dane on 08 Dec, 2012 12:39 AM
Remove any line styles you have on that layer and
the thin gray edges will go away. Then you will see faint blue (the
background) "shining" through. To get rid of that add
polygon-gamma:.4 to you style for that layer. If you
still see faint lines try a lower gamma like .3.
Maybe I'm going about this the wrong way. Is there another land
dataset I should use that isn't divided up along these arbitrary
shapes? I know this is a very minor issue, I'm just trying to make
sure I'm starting with a good professional base. Thanks!
Support Staff4 Posted by Dane on 10 Dec, 2012 08:04 PM
I'm sorry, I cannot see any faint lines anymore. If you can
somehow, then just set the gamma lower, like .1. However, beware,
do not set it to 0, since that will trigger a bug. The
lowest valid value is something like 0.000001.
As far as a better way/better data - sure there are lots of
options. I'm sure there are datasets around that do not have these
arbitrary divisions. Also you could "merge" all the polygons in the
shapefile using a tool like QGIS. You just need to be aware that
performance will suffer slightly if your polygons are contiguous
and really large.