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Hi all, I think I have broken a large national park and state forest in Queensland, Australia. Adding an area of wood adjacent to the area, I accidentally overlapped the state forest boundary and now it appears that I have broken both the national park and state forest. I tried retracting the change via JOSM but that appeared to fail. So I am asking for some one to fix my mistake and secondly explain to this numpty how you fixed it so I don't need to ask again.

https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/22245208 and Unresolved note #165658

asked 11 May '14, 02:43

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edited 11 May '14, 23:57

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Solved, no "answer" needed." by aseerel4c26 11 May '14, 23:57

Thanks to Max, it is now all tickety-boo (ok).

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answered 11 May '14, 05:26

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You mean you do not need a revert anymore?

(11 May '14, 13:37) aseerel4c26 ♦

Ah, I see you have added "closed" to the title. I have closed it really now. Thanks.

(11 May '14, 23:56) aseerel4c26 ♦

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