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I know about the method of adding /dirty to a tile-url to re render it. But this doesn't works for low zoom levels and there seems a problem with rendering coasts. Actually I found an error in the rendering of the philippine Island Palawan: Here Palawan is flooded. If you zoom in it is ok. So this seems not to be an error in the database but an render error.

asked 07 Mar '13, 21:47

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edited 07 Mar '13, 22:09

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You could check for errors in the coastline with the OSMI coastline view,,coastline_error_lines , but it's a tedious process if you want to cover the whole island, because the error overlay is only rendered at zoom >=12.

(08 Mar '13, 10:22) gormo

See Questions Tagged With coastline and the question "inverness-showing-as-flooded". In short: You have to wait a few weeks.

The zoomed-in tiles (here: zoom level 12) seem to either be still old ones or have already been re-rendered. The zoomed-out tiles (here: zoom level 11) are not updated that often (compared to the zoomed-in tiles).

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answered 07 Mar '13, 22:07

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Hi, it´s about 6 weeks later and Palawan is still flooded. There must be some way to rerender these tiles. Dimitri

(16 Apr '13, 10:23) Dimitri_Junker

I sympathize, Dimitri... if you go to you'll see that Scarboro Creek is still "flooded" about 5 months after the coastline was corrected.

(14 Jul '13, 01:41) gpspilot1

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