It seems happening 3 days now in different areas. For example the entire city of Venice has almost no more names rendered: https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/45.43810/12.33042

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That is a known issue with a recent style update. It is mentioned in 355. Also see 351.

The likely "cause" (problems were expected) was this change to our rendering style: Remove the catchall on road-text. It was needed to remove name renderings where the should be none and for general cleanliness.

Over there is a previous bug report/discussion (in German).

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answered 24 Feb '14, 19:45

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edited 25 Feb '14, 10:59

Thanks for response. So waiting for reistated features...?

(25 Feb '14, 11:49) ualios
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@ualios: yes, just wait. It is mentioned in the bug report ("issue"), so it will not be forgotten (hopefully). If you like you could comment there (it requires a new account registration at the company "github", not your osm.org login).

(25 Feb '14, 12:09) aseerel4c26 ♦
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Seems to be fixed now and already live on the tile servers (clear/refresh your browser cache).

(27 Feb '14, 15:23) aseerel4c26 ♦

yes that's ok... still some problem with area/square label.

(28 Feb '14, 15:27) ualios
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