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Posted by ilikemaps on 17 February 2017 in English (English)

I think Antarephia is flooded

Comment from Aiki on 17 February 2017 at 17:38

Hello ilikemaps,

It seems that there is more than one issue:

  • ijz3r in his/her last changeset forgot to add the role in the Antarephian coast relation.

  • Duplication of ways used for coastline and landuse in Auleus (this is quite tricky to solve) without removing too many objects the owner has created.

  • Unchecked (yet) issues Cordova.

Aiki

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Comment from Aiki on 17 February 2017 at 18:13

Hi,

I've just made a try to solve the issues, I hope it'll work.

Sorry, I think I deleted some of your works near Carran seaport. There were many segments with different tags at the same positions (water, coastline, landuse=industrial, and so on).

Do not hesitate to revert my changeset if I did something wrong.

Aiki

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Comment from Aiki on 18 February 2017 at 08:33

Hi,

It seems that issues in Antherepha nothern parts have been solved but doubled coastline segments on Aulean coast remain :-/

I'm gonna try to find what's the issue with these nodes later today.

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Comment from histor on 18 February 2017 at 09:51

You use the coastline-tag in a strange way. Two coastlines on the same way makes it unclear for the renderer, where is land or water. Please delete ALL doubled coastlines.

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Comment from ilikemaps on 18 February 2017 at 09:56

Doing double coastlines has never caused issues before, so I wonder why it has just started causing issues now. But I'll delete them.

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Comment from histor on 18 February 2017 at 11:18

Ähm - the tag is names "Coastline" and not "Put-small-islands-together"-line. Coastline means one side is water and one side is land. Nothing other.

Sure the renderer may tolerate some mistakes. But doubled coastlines is no clean and no clear mapping.

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