[Talk-GB] Rendering of layers

Brian Prangle bprangle at gmail.com
Thu Jan 21 18:25:45 UTC 2016


Hi Stuart

The rendered layering of platforms just doesn't happen. Caused me a lot of
grief with Birmingham New Street - so I switched to using levels  and using
Adrien Pavie's OpenLevelUp which allows you to zoom up and down through
building floors. Here's what New St looks like
<http://github.pavie.info/openlevelup/?lat=52.477819&lon=-1.900522&z=18&t=0&lvl=0&tcd=1&urd=0&bdg=0&pic=0&nte=0&ilv=0>.
Slider is on the top left of the screen

Regards

Brian


On 21 January 2016 at 10:12, Stuart Reynolds <
stuart at travelinesoutheast.org.uk> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I made a number of adjustments around the transport terminus at Gatwick
> Airport South Terminal yesterday. When this was first mapped, what is
> actually three buildings (the railway station, the covered travelators from
> the bus station & car parks, and the southern stairs from the railway
> platforms) were all mapped as one building, and the platforms were
> “inserts” into the gaps rather than being the continuous entities that they
> are. So I have separated those all out, and made the platforms a continuous
> block. I also added internal escalators and travelators, although that is
> immaterial to the question that I’m about to ask.
>
> The buildings are all mapped as layer=1, and the platforms without any
> layer tag (which should default them to layer=0, AFAIK). So why are the
> platforms and rail tracks (which I haven’t touched) been rendered over the
> buildings, rather than under them?
>
> See http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/51.15634/-0.16124
>
> Thanks
> Stuart
>
>
> ------------------------------------
> Stuart Reynolds
> for traveline south east & anglia
>
>
>
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