[OSM-talk] Weird rendering

Barry Crabtree barry.crabtree at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 08:08:19 GMT 2007


Hi

On 3/13/07, Dirk-Lüder Kreie <osm-list at deelkar.net> wrote:
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> Christoph Eckert schrieb:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I just noticed that stuff I entered recently seems not to render as
> > desired:
> > http://www.openstreetmap.org/index.html?lat=48.98333&lon=8.21&zoom=16
> >
> > Please switch to osmarender in the top right corner. The curves show
> > gaps, and the left one looks as I made a way with non-connected
> > segments in between. But checking it in JOSM didn't show any
> > irregularities. Any hint? Or a weakness introduced in osmarender by the
> > recent effort for smoothed bezier curves?
> >
> > Any hint is much appreciated.
>
> The way was not ordered. Tried reordering and re-rendering, shows no
> errors now.
>
> the way with the weird gaps hat very high and very low id's mixed and
> was unordered I don't know if the lines2curves was thrown off by that or
> simply the unordered state.


Yep. By the time lines2curves sees these ways they are a series of svg
'moves', just the same as it would see branching or disjoint ways.

There's a pre-processor version in the works that should fix this. Mind you
I still think the segments in a way should be ordered....

Cheers .Baz

Dirk-Lüder "Deelkar" Kreie
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