I used to consult the Data layer of the slippymap all the time, to check what something represented, whether it was done correctly, or just out of curiosity. That layer has now been suppressed, requiring one to open the data editing to look at data. Is there any way to restore the original functionality *without, obviously, setting up a whole new map server?*

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Yeah, I had doen a quick search and found the answer right after shooting off teh question. Frustrating though that the layer is still inaccessible right now during the database license switch cleanup! XD

(03 Apr '12, 19:42) Circeus

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