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TileDrawer: change bright style background color

Bright style after changing the background color.
More from my adventures in TileDrawer: the bright style comes with the wrong color for the map background (blue?), so I decided to replace it with a more sober shade of pale brown like most slippy maps seem to use.

The change is a one liner: go to /usr/local/tiledrawer/gunicorn, edit the second line of style.xml and change the bgcolor attribute to whatever you like. I used rgb(241,238,232).

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