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Greetings. I am still new in Openstreetmap. Currently i am drawing an indoor map using JOSM for my final year project. The problem is when i view the map data of my faculty in openstreetmap. it shows all the nodes. I cant understand why it shows. It suppose to show like this from this link

can anyone share with me on how to fix this matter?

asked 11 Feb '14, 12:46

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I do not understand why the data view should not show all nodes in the database. Can you explain?

(11 Feb '14, 14:30) aseerel4c26 ♦

@aseerel4c26 Usually it doesn't show untagged nodes that are part of a way.

(11 Feb '14, 14:54) scai ♦

Its ok guys i managed to fix it. The problem is when i create node and close it. I need to make sure to highlight the closed node and then tag it

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answered 16 Feb '14, 08:14

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can you explain, what you mean by "close" a node? And what means "highlight"?

(16 Feb '14, 15:36) aseerel4c26 ♦

Could you provide a link to your indoor map ? It seems the "Map Data" layer is highlighting nodes when they carry some tags (many nodes have no tags or ordinary tags like "source=" or "edited_by=") or when they are parts of one or more relations.

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answered 11 Feb '14, 13:04

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edited 11 Feb '14, 14:06

You've added the nodes to the relation you have created with a role of buildingpart. I don't understand what a level relation is, but you probably don't need to include every node as well as every way.

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answered 11 Feb '14, 14:01

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