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I have adjusted the administrative boundaries of my home town to the exact location as specified in the 'Bauleitplan'. This boundary is definied by a series of peaks it travels through. I added a 'natural=peak' for these points, but at zoom level 11 the peaks don't show up (at level 12 they do). Is it necessary for zoom level 11 that the peaks are stand-alone points? is it because the administrative boundary is not shown at that level that also these points are hidden?

The region in question is the following: http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=46.903&lon=11.67&zoom=11&layers=M

asked 08 Oct '10, 12:44

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edited 11 Oct '10, 08:55

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Apparently, the problem has solved itself... maybe it was necessary someone else than me loaded the page... I dunno.

(08 Oct '10, 12:52) Alexander Ro...

Mapnik might take some time updating at higher zoom levels. In this case it took almost 2 hours. Just be patient and if nothing has rendered within a day then it might not get rendered at all because of the rendering rules.

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answered 08 Oct '10, 13:56

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