Hello,

If I use the map (www.openstreetmap.org) and follow the F752 the road disappears in certain zoom leves. Also lakes or part of the lake vanish.

Therefore the Mapfactor software, using OSM data, does not show the full road and cannot navigate on it.

The data is in OSM but not on all leves displayed ! I was unable to find a contact to report this issue. May be here is the correct place. I can provide screenshots if needed. But try this

http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=13/65.2075/-18.9179

http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=13/65.1832/-18.8006

and zoom in or out one level to see the effect.

I hope this can be fixed soon.

asked 18 Jan '15, 15:31

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edited 18 Jan '15, 17:37

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here is, more or less, the correct place (about this also see faq).

(18 Jan '15, 17:35) aseerel4c26 ♦

If something is displayed in the "standard" OSM style has nothing (really nothing) to do with if a third party application works or not.

In this case there seem to be recent improvements to the road in question http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/307228941/history#map=14/65.2147/-18.9109 that likely simply haven't found there way in to the mapfactor provided maps yet.

As to the object appearing/not appearing at certain zoom levels, see for example https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/178/how-often-does-the-main-mapnik-map-get-updated

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answered 18 Jan '15, 15:48

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edited 18 Jan '15, 15:50

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yes – the main (demo) instances of OSRM seems to already have the new data available, graphhopper not yet. @fware: just wait and get new maps/data from mapfactor as soon as they have updated them. By the way, the road and two lakes show correctly on all zoom levels I tried. It is part of the normal map update process that the zoom levels are updated independently.

(18 Jan '15, 17:33) aseerel4c26 ♦
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