Both have been relocated, and links to them (and more!) can be found on the wiki dashboard.
Yeah, I’m not an expert but I believe cyclones and the like would typically form on open seas in the real world, and the Straight of Lyc is kind of nicely shielding from that, at least the part where Pactone (and my own territory, Aerágny) is. Obviously that doesn’t mean some heavy storms can’t have occurred in history, there’s always an anomaly to say the least. In fact, Airannian history as I currently have it pencilled down would involve a powerful tropical storm striking the eastern coast at some point in the past.
If memory serves correctly, the search function did indeed work, barely, using overpass on the old server, with the current view marking the bounding box for your search. That’s probably also your best bet for searching things now (Query button on the OGF page). If you need help with some basic queries to search with in Overpass, let me know, I’ll be able to copy paste some of my own later today.
As for directions, one thing you could do, is install the directions plugin on jos. It’s not nearly as interactive,but for the purpose of making sure your road network is connected, it could work.
Thank you all for your hard work over this weekend, but also thank you in advance for all your hard work going forward!
If the Multipolygon’s this one: https://opengeofiction.net/relation/248475 - then the fix is as follows:
Untag the way itself: the multipolygon only has one member, and that member shouldn’t have any tags that are also on the multipolygon, it should be an untagged line.
Draw the island: I think you deleted the way that you had for the island in a changeset yesterday, so you’d have to draw it again :P As with the lake itself, don’t give it any tags
Add the island to the lake’s multipolygon, with the inner role.
That should make it so the island shows up, but if you have any questions or issues let me know ^^
In the top right of the bounding box selection screen should be the option to choose which imagery you want to use, it should be the same selection as you can choose from for the editing background - it’s probably still set to the topo map.
@Marcello - you should be able to change this in the preferences on JOSM (F12), in the submenu Imagery; see also here https://wiki.opengeofiction.net/wiki/index.php/OGF:Frequently_asked_questions#How_can_I_display_the_OpenGeofiction_map_as_background_in_JOSM.3F
What’s tangibly different about the current version of iD on OSM compared to the version that’s ran on OGF?
(iD vs JOSM tangent)
Personally I use iD for all small scale mapping I do, finding JOSM to be just a bit too technical to be used for small scale edits, which make up 90% of my mapping. I still have JOSM installed for large scale edits, such as admin boundaries, other relations or just mapping on a more macro scale, but for anything precise, I could never see myself use it. I’ve tried, but the area I did that for had to be retouched in iD afterwards quite a bit… Obviously I could chalk that down to my inexperience, but why bother learning something new if the old works just fine? :P For things I can’t do in iD, I use JOSM, but most of the time, iD does just fine.
One thing I’ve noticed is that it does feel like it gets “stuck” sometimes, and making another edit in the area can help getting it unstucked.
Oh, good call :P My idea was that I wanted to make sure it linked somewhere with lines to show, that was the first place that came to mind, my bad
Using this tool made by Austin Huang, you can visualize bus routes (and other public transport routes), provided you organized them in a relation with type=route. Using JOSM you can easily add the streets and stops to such relations.
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Is there any way to see all the data you have included?
Wait, if the admin level isn’t present on border ways, the relation’s admin level is what the renderer shows? If so I should definitely change the way some of my borders work :P
No dice, wangi - that option will only come up with a “This function is not implemented for OpenGeoFiction” screen.
With JOSM it is possible to save loaded data into a GEOJSON file, then to convert the GEOJSON with a website like Mapshaper to a .SVG file. There might be a better way but when I wanted to do this exactly, this is how I did it.
@iiEarth - there’s not really any need to rename the town, just because a place exists in the real world doesn’t mean that no places with the same name could exist in OGF - especially with a name as generic as “San Jose”. Just looking at the amount of places in the real world named San Jose, I think it’d be more unlikely that there weren’t a place with that name than that there is one.
Coastlines take a little while longer than other features to update on the map, and notably, not all zoom levels are updated at the same intervals/time. If you’re uncertain an edit you made went through, you can always hop into the iD editor and see if the edits you made are visible in that editor (not on the background map, but in the actual editor itself)
Mhm, right clicking inside the relation, clicking Query Features and selecting the relation in Enclosing Features will also get you to that page for every relation, not just territories.
I use this website to keep track of my conlangs - I pulled my country on OGF from their conworld. Beware that there is a very large focus on linguistic development for their conworld.
I genuinely recommend them for conlanging purposes, I should add.