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I set the parameters /move_base/global_costmap/origin_x and /move_base/global_costmap/origin_y -50.0 and -50.0 (width is 100.0), becouse the robot was in angle of global map (parameters were 0.0 and 0.0). But it still have been in angle (the static map from map_server is on picture). In local costmap the parameters are same. And the robot is in the centre of it.


Originally posted by flaminga on ROS Answers with karma: 5 on 2015-07-16

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Try visualizing in the map frame?


Originally posted by David Lu with karma: 10932 on 2015-07-16

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Comment by flaminga on 2015-07-16:
It is near with odom and base_link frame. There isn't any coordinate system in the centre of offset static map

Comment by David Lu on 2015-07-16:
What I'm saying is that it is displaying in its default pose since the global frame in rviz is not /map. If you change the global frame to map, does it change where the map is displayed?

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