[talk-au] "Hidden" National Park boundary
graemefitz1 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 22 23:22:02 UTC 2019
You convinced me not to try to move the boundary!
I'm tempted to do as you suggest Warin & delete the natural=wood cover for
the whole area, then re-do it just for the actual tree coverage, which
would / should then make the other details visible.
But I still can't "see" the National Park / nature_reserve boundary to be
able to edit it?
Would that be purely an iD problem? That just doesn't sound right?
What do you people who use JOSM see when you go to edit this area - can you
see the boundary?
(I've tried to get into JOSM a couple of times, but can't even get it to
download to my laptop!)
On Mon, 22 Apr 2019 at 16:32, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:
> The national park way 104759342 is tagged
> this will probably cover any other land cover tags you add under the
> national park.
> Delete the tag natural=wood for the national park way - as I have done for
> various national parks and you can then add the land covers without getting
> pasted to the background.
> You will get complaints about it no longer being mapped for trees .. so
> you might want to see to that as another way or relation.
> It follows the OSM guide of 'one feature one OSM entry - national park on
> this way and no other features.
> On 22/04/19 14:15, Andrew Harvey wrote:
> On Mon, 22 Apr 2019 at 14:11, nwastra <nwastra at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Geez…and a proper link to Protected areas of Queensland dataset
> The original link does work, just only if you click through twice.
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