[OSM-talk] buildings and roads

Steve Chilton S.L.Chilton at mdx.ac.uk
Thu Dec 18 10:52:39 GMT 2008


Equally roads don't usually run over buildings - which could be case if
reversed. Basically auto-rendering of these two can not be correct for
all cases/zooms.

Needs intelligence to say "nudge that building away from the road in
this instance" - later?

 

Cheers

STEVE

 

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Subject: [OSM-talk] buildings and roads

 

Just wondering. Shouldn't buildings be rendered behind roads. Currently
buildings are drawn above a road when the road is wide like a highway or
major road. Obviously buildings don't cut into roads. If the road layer
is on top this won't happen.

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