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# big area of national park and limit of 2000 points

 3 2 Hi all, I have a problem with area of National Park Rila in Bulgaria. There is a limit of 2000 points for upload to OSM and i can't upload all area of park. I separate the area to 3 parts and create relation in multipolygon but in the render still i have 3 separate areas for NP Rila. http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=42.2026&lon=23.4577&zoom=13&layers=O Please can anybody help me to visualize one area like National Park Pirin: http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=41.73&lon=23.468&zoom=11&layers=M I use JOSM to simplify the area but i still have about 5000 points. Another simplification will bring lose of accuracy. asked 10 Feb '11, 11:23 Захари Савов 51●1●2●3 accept rate: 0% There are two intersecting relations here: the Rila NP (http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=1417776) and a forest area 8http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=253825) named Рила... (11 Feb '11, 08:12) katpatuka Yes it is. First relation is connected with area of Nature Park, second with forest areas in Bulgaria. Is this a problem? For relation http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=253825 this is not a final version. (11 Feb '11, 09:33) Захари Савов

 2 You had three single closed ways in the NP relation (1417776) - I've split them into 3 non-closed ways and now it shows as one area. But you should split the three ways even more into chunks of maybe 200-node ways because it is a pain do edit an area in for example potlatch with such long ways having to load first where only a small part of that way is viewable in the current edit area... answered 11 Feb '11, 11:55 katpatuka 1.0k●15●26●36 accept rate: 12% We have some similar problems for other NP in Bulgaria. For type of relation we use boundary and this makes problems with mapnik render. I will change relation=multipolygon like you. Thank you very much katpatuka (11 Feb '11, 12:22) Захари Савов BTW: it's enough to tag the relation itself with type=multipolygon, boundary=national_park and name=... - the single ways may only need a source=bing|landsat|yahoo... ;-) (11 Feb '11, 12:30) katpatuka There are still tools that do not support multipolygons yet so keep the tags. (11 Feb '11, 23:21) emj

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