joelh at disroot.org
Sat Dec 15 01:07:05 UTC 2018
This was something I also found confusing, I have updated the wiki page
with an image that shows how it works.
On 15/12/18 2:09 am, Jack Armstrong Dancer at sprynet.com wrote:
> Thanks, Bryan :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bryan Housel
> Sent: Dec 14, 2018 10:06 AM
> To: "Jack Armstrong Dancer at sprynet.com"
> Cc: osm-talk
> Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Tag:barrier=kerb
> The arrows indicate the “down” direction alongside certain kinds
> of ways.
> For example, cliffs, coastlines, retaining walls, kerbs, guard
> rails, embankments.
> If the arrows are pointing to the “up” side instead of the “down”
> side, you can reverse the way.
> Thanks, Bryan
>> On Dec 14, 2018, at 10:55 AM, Jack Armstrong Dancer at sprynet.com
>> <mailto:Dancer at sprynet.com> <jacknstacy at sprynet.com
>> <mailto:jacknstacy at sprynet.com>> wrote:
>> I see something (new?) which I haven't seen before. Small white
>> arrows with the tag:barrier=kerb when editing with ID. What do
>> the arrows indicate? I don't see a reference on the wiki.
>> Thanks :)
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