I've made some edits to the shore of some islands in Antarctica. My island features are rendering, but the shoreline changes are not. This is causing the map to look really weird. See here: http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=14/-64.7702/-64.0699

Since I adjust the location of some islands, and moved the shoreline to reflect the current glacier retreat, the render is all messed up.

  • Is there a way to force the shoreline to render?
  • I've read online that the shore only renders twice per month - is that still true?

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asked 16 Aug '16, 15:22

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edited 16 Aug '16, 15:58

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See https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Coastline#Rendering_in_Standard_tile_layer_on_openstreetmap.org

You can request a single tile to be re-rendered by adding '/dirty' to its URL in your browser. Admittedly a bit cumbersome.

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answered 17 Aug '16, 13:03

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