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Bonjour Débutant sur le site, je me pose une question. Près de chez ma grand-mère (on s'en fout !!), j'ai ajouté quelques chemins et un ruisseau. L'aspect du ruisseau est correcte mais les chemins (sentiers pédestres) sont "recouverts"de pointillés rose ! Où me suis-je trompé ? Un lien vers l'aide m'irai très bien (j'y suis allé mais je n'ai pas trouvé la bonne page !) Merci d'avance

asked 26 Aug '12, 13:21

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retagged 12 Nov '12, 01:24

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Google translate:-Hello Newbie to the site, I have a question. Near my grandmother (who cares!), I added a few paths and a stream. The appearance of the stream is correct but the paths (trails) are "covered" dotted pink! Where did I go wrong? A link to help me go very well (I went there but I have not found the right page!) Thanks in advance

(27 Aug '12, 13:14) andy mackey

Bonjour Eric,

Il s'agit de ce chemin ? Il est indiqué comme "privé", donc le pointillé rose est normal.

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answered 26 Aug '12, 14:56

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Merci beaucoup. J'ai fait les corrections. En l'occurrence ce n'était pas le chemin que tu indiques mais des sentiers un peu plus au nord.

(27 Aug '12, 08:52) ericpendroc

google translation :- Hello Eric,

It is this path? It is listed as "private", so the dotted pink is normal.

(27 Aug '12, 13:16) andy mackey

translation of comment:- Thank you very much. I made the corrections. In this case it was not the way that you indicate trails but a bit further north.

(27 Aug '12, 14:35) andy mackey

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