[talk-au] JOSM and losing Bing Hi Res zoom recently
jasonjward5 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 6 00:38:19 UTC 2013
The age is an interesting point but not what I am experiencing I think. As
an example, and to your point, I accept that the Higher Resolution imagery
is older than the lower resolution imagery. My house roof solar panels
installed in June 2011 are there in the Low res images. When I zoom closer
they are not, indicating that they are, at least in my area, at least 24
The actual problem is that I can only get the Low res images (Zoom 19 in
JOSM) to show in the application and tracing is not possible, for housing
at least, with these map tiles (because JOSM just keeps zooming the Level
19 tiles to give a pixelated effect).
I'd point out too that I have completed tracing in the not too distant past
- literally just before this problem started to occur using Bing imagery
See here: http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/248814095 as an example and
while I had no idea about Bing Zoom Levels before needing to run this
problem down I am confident that I would not have completed this tracing at
the current Zoom 19.
Extra / New Info. The OSM iD (in-browser) editor is also not showing the
Bing Hi res images (so its not just me!) Something has happened recently.
I'd be interested to here from other BNE mappers because I am confuzzled.
On 6 December 2013 09:54, Alex Sims <alex at softgrow.com> wrote:
> Hi Jason,
> There seems to be two layers in Bing in South Australia. A high resolution
> three or four year old layer and a lower resolution layer only about twelve
> months old. This may be related to what you are seeing.
> On 6 Dec 2013, at 9:29 am, Jason Ward <jasonjward5 at gmail.com> wrote:
> For about a week on 2 different machines I have only had access to zoom
> level 19.
> I've pretty much run down every google result possible (remove tile cache,
> remove attribution file et al) and am still having the issue.
> I've even looked up the JOSM bug tracker and sat in the JOSM dev chat room
> before posting here. The reason I'm starting here is to check if it's a
> localised Bing problem or whether one of you smart people knows whether
> something has changed that would cause this issue.
> I note that other parts of the globe are not affected as I can view London
> at a Zoom of 20 (I think).
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