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Hi, just to register my company, by the editor. Should leave the area drawn, but appears incomplete.,37.588367,-1.295271,37.590582&layer=mapnik

asked 01 Mar '12, 12:29

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If you are seeing squares of old / blank rendering, this is just a temporary issue. Wait a bit and click "reload" in your browser.

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answered 01 Mar '12, 14:01

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While at it I did a couple of tag fixes. You might want to fix the road's name and your building's addr:street so that they agree with each other (and no abbreviation). Not knowing the area myself, I wasn't sure what was what.

(01 Mar '12, 14:09) Vincent de P... ♦

heh. Didn't spot that. Good point!

(01 Mar '12, 16:20) Harry Wood

I think I saw the same problem you are probably referring to viewing the map here. For some reason the rendering system wasn't refreshing some tiles off to the right hand side of the building area... but it's all re-rendered now. Some rendering and caching quirks can occur shortly after adding data, and this is more noticeable with areas of colour such as your landuse area there. If it still looks wrong for you, try holding down [shift] key while clicking refresh.

Your data looks fine. Thanks for contributing to OpenStreetMap! Looks like there's plenty more things to add in this area of Spain e.g. streets in the nearby town of Mazarron. Help make the map better to help people find your business!

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answered 01 Mar '12, 14:11

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