A region I've been working on has recently been covered by a mass-import of land-use (forest) data. Now, when I'm using the slippy-map data overlay, I can't select any of the ways that are now buried under the forest area (actually, "any" is not true, a few can be selected but it's not clear which ones); the entire forest area gets selected instead. Can anybody suggest how I might fix this? I've tried searching the wiki for stuff like z-ordering, but have come up with nothing useful.

The region in question is http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=41.528812&lon=1.2315&zoom=18 . I've looked at other similar regions, where details have been covered by land-use areas; some of them seem to have the same problem, others do not.

Thanks a lot.

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Question" by Andy Allan 11 Jan '11, 13:09


Oh, I see it is a known problem: http://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/1406

Matter closed, I suppose.

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