Did OpenStreetMap recently change the zoom levels for when houses appear? I was going to finish marking off houses in a town, but realized I can't see which houses are actually missing outlines anymore! If I zoom in really close the house outlines appear, but at that rate it'd take hours to slowly pan over the entire town. And this is a small town!

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Can you give a link to an area that shows the problem at the zoom level at which houses were shown previously but now aren't?

(20 Feb '15, 23:15) SomeoneElse ♦

Literally anywhere works. When the scale says 250 feet no house outlines are shown, while at 100 feet they are shown. It's definitely a new feature they added, as I just noticed there's a new section at the bottom that says "n hidden features". Unfortunately clicking that "button" doesn't do anything, so I guess it just wants you to know that it's deliberately hiding the information you're trying to edit.

(20 Feb '15, 23:33) BonzaiThePen...
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This affects the iD editor, so I'll just report an issue on their Github project page.

(20 Feb '15, 23:43) BonzaiThePen...

Oh, I see what you're saying now. The building outline suddenly just showed up if I pan the map to certain areas, but if I pan even a few pixels left or right the outlines disappear. Definitely a bug rather than a design decision.

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(21 Feb '15, 02:07) aseerel4c26 ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "editor software bug, reported." by aseerel4c26 21 Feb '15, 02:08

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