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recently the osm service stopped working in israel ... can anyone know how to solve the problem ?

asked 22 Dec '13, 10:31

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Can you describe in more detail what isn't working?

(22 Dec '13, 10:43) SomeoneElse ♦

Please describe what do you mean by service ? What exactly and the circumstances ?

(22 Dec '13, 10:45) Hendrikklaas

i am using the osm service in order to show a map in a mobile app , yesterday suddenly the map stopped showing. i have tired to view the map from desktop browser but the result is the same , i cant see the map. i am wondering if it's a know issue

(22 Dec '13, 10:55) itayg

From the desktop, are just the tiles missing, or the whole website? If just the tiles are missing, what happens if you switch to a different layer using the layer switcher at the right-hand-side of the page?

(22 Dec '13, 11:03) SomeoneElse ♦

i have just tried the desktop option it's seem like only the tiles of the standard layer are missing. When i switch to different layer, the tiles are displayed correctly. what can i do in order the show the tiles on the standard layer ?

(22 Dec '13, 11:12) itayg

I asked in the #osm-dev IRC channel - the admins were already aware of the problem and it should be working now.

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answered 22 Dec '13, 11:31

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it's working now .. thanks

(22 Dec '13, 12:16) itayg

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