After that change I'm not able to get the correct bounding coordinates anymore. They just disapeared.

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The issue is mentioned in our bug tracking system for the website: ticket/4939. However, maybe someone can come up with a workaround for the time until this issue is "fixed".

(11 Aug '13, 13:22) aseerel4c26 ♦

I agree that this is a problem. For example, we upload maps to Wikimedia Commons and use the bounding coordinates in the info to get the same map every time it's updated.

(11 Aug '13, 16:19) Grillo

I agree too! Being able to plot the exact bounding coordinates for an exported image was such a useful function.

(11 Dec '13, 02:50) fenboyt

alt textThis works on a Win7 PC. The share button (second up on right hand side box with arrow), then tic custom dims, drag to size and download. While image and box is still on screen, click export tab at top and tic the manual adjust, drag this box to match image box and you can read off read off co-ords write them down and EXIT don't export. Job Done.

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