when I go to openstreetmap.org I am always redirected to my latest search location on the map. How do I stop it doing this?

asked 06 Oct '13, 08:35

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The last location is stored in your local browser via a cookie. The cookie refers to www.openstreetmap.org and its name is _osm_location. If you want to clear your last position once then delete the cookie or just browse to a different location. If you want to disallow it every time then you probably have to disallow cookies for the whole domain. This should be possible with most browsers:

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answered 06 Oct '13, 11:22

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edited 06 Oct '13, 12:03

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