Excuse me if this has been asked before or there's a simple explanation. I have been working on a project that overlays data over OSM which brought this truncation to my attention. It only happens on one zoom level, the default level shown on your homepage, which is a good example:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/

If you look, the label for New Zealand and Fiji has been truncated, which suggests the loss of some data of some description.

asked 18 Jul '12, 19:45

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Just to clarify, it's zoom level 2.

(18 Jul '12, 21:02) hambwez

It looks like the label's overlaying the 180 degree meridian:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=-30.3&lon=-179.7&zoom=2&layers=M

Maybe it's related to that?

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answered 18 Jul '12, 22:13

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So no ideas on whether this is a bug with the maps or not?

(24 Jul '12, 22:21) hambwez
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