you might need a raincoat today, johnny.
Comment from stjur on 13 October 2017 at 10:01
I think I already fixed it
Comment from trabantemnaksiezyc on 13 October 2017 at 11:20
Just out of curiosity - how do you flood a continent from a landlocked country? ;)
Comment from Litvania on 13 October 2017 at 11:28
@trabantemnaksiezyc Actually i was trying to imitate the diary entries that arrogant and self-righteous users make when they refuse to use JOSM, delete a coastline segment and then go here to get it fixed.
Comment from bhj867 on 13 October 2017 at 14:36
Death toll has risen to 850000 people in Pretany. Many people caught off guard.
Comment from eklas on 13 October 2017 at 14:42
the problem seems to persist - I made my attempts at fixing it too, so hopefully it should go back to normal soon
Comment from ADB52 on 13 October 2017 at 15:15
I've tried to fix it by reversing a 'disordered' coastline, but to no avail. Flood defenses in Utterland have utterly given way...
Comment from stjur on 13 October 2017 at 15:34
I don't understand what u guys mean, I have not seen any flooding anywhere in Uletha since I changed the coastline direction of Asterholma back to counterclockwise 7 hours ago, For zoom levels <9 it might take a little time till it renders, but else, I don't see any flooding anywhere :/
Now I see there is a small rendering problem in Drabantia for bigger zoom levels too... It's definitely not due to coastline errors, as the biggest zoom level shows land everywhere in Uletha
Comment from ADB52 on 13 October 2017 at 15:45
As you say, it'll probably take a little more time to sort everything out. Bucket chains in operation...
Comment from eklas on 13 October 2017 at 16:13
It's just so upsetting, I happen to have free time today and this stops me from mapping anything :/ i hope the problem goes away soon
Comment from Luciano on 14 October 2017 at 23:45
@eklas - I'm not sure I understand how the "flooding" stops you from mapping anything. It is a bit annoying in the render, but certainly you can ignore it when you do mapping - and in JOSM, unless you're hardcore about always having an imagery layer behind your work, it's essentially "invisible." Frankly I think mapping with the standard or Topo layers backgrounded in JOSM is more distracting than useful except when doing something specific like error search or vandalism patrol.
Comment from eklas on 17 October 2017 at 20:21
That's your individual preference - I was doing some large-scale sketches, and I'm used to having the imagery on for these. I'm using the 'wire model' (I hope that's the English name) in JOSM so I find the imagery layer pretty helpful.
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