[OSM-talk] FIXME and other issues
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Sun Oct 14 11:18:55 BST 2007
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Jörg Ehrichs schrieb:
> On Friday 12 October 2007 19:20:31 Peter Miller wrote:
>> Other things:
>> The Thames in London has recently been 'drained' using osmarender rendering
>> and is now white. I am not sure what might be wrong or even what the coding
>> should be. Could someone take a look?
> I think this is just a rendreing issue with osmarender.
> The Weser in Bremen dissapeard aswell.
> *or atleast i hope it, otherwise it could be my fault and than i'm really
> sorry for it*
waterway=riverbank is a kind of hack that probably got "destroyed" in
the move to 0.5 at least if it were 2 separate segment chains that made
up one way.
I think Osmarender6 doesn't do the auto-closing of areas like the
version 5 did. However you can now close the ways (even if slightly
incorrect) because the segment doesn't need to be shared anymore.
I would however suggest not to do this and adapt close-areas to also
encompass waterway=riverbank and natural=water.
this would need a redefinement of what's "coast/mixed", "sea" and "land"
on the metadata file, though.
Dirk-Lüder "Deelkar" Kreie
Bremen - 53.0952°N 8.8652°E
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