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I seem to be having trouble toggling my local GPX file on and off in iD, and I think this started with the recent updates to iD 1.9.0 and 1.9.1.

What is happening is that I can check or uncheck the "Local GPX file" checkbox, but the GPX file still does (or does not display), until I also toggle one of the Map Features checkboxes below.

For example: GPX file is on. Uncheck "Local GPX file" - GPX is still displayed. Uncheck "Landuse Features" - landuse features and my GPX file are no longer displayed. Re-check "Landuse Features" - landuse features are displayed, GPX file is still off.

Does anyone else see this, or is it just me?

asked 10 Mar '16, 01:33

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edited 11 Mar '16, 20:31

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More: It seems that the "Local GPX file" toggle doesn't work until the view is refreshed for some other reason. Zooming or panning after changing the checkbox will also cause the GPX file contents to turn on or off.

(10 Mar '16, 20:21) ljb_nj

Thanks for the report, I opened an issue on the iD issue tracker. https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/issues/3027

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answered 11 Mar '16, 14:33

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