If you have a look here on Samos Island https://www.openstreetmap.org/export#map=13/37.7557/26.6561 there are several squares with wrong color. How can i solve this? I mean several squares on land are colored with blue.

asked 27 Sep '16, 17:18

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edited 27 Sep '16, 17:22

I, sorry but i still see the land in blue color, i even checked it on incognito mode where no cached files exist.

(28 Sep '16, 22:38) felgiat

I think the problem has been solved in the meantime. Please use refresh in your browser to get the most recent tiles. It is possible that someone broke the coastline mapping, which caused the water rendering over the land.

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answered 28 Sep '16, 08:28

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I, sorry but i still see the land in blue color, i even checked it on incognito mode where no cached files exist.

(28 Sep '16, 22:38) felgiat

I still see some too, so it isn't just you. Even if the coastline problem has been fixed, it will take time for the different zoom levels to re-render. You'll just have to be patient.

(28 Sep '16, 23:54) alester

I now get the problem as well.

(29 Sep '16, 09:48) escada
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I saw a lot of blue tiles, but a hard refresh (shift+f5) was enough to clean the tiles out. Everything should be ok now.

(29 Sep '16, 16:18) joost schouppe

unfortunately the problem is still there with the blue color, how long should i wait before the problem is fixed (re-render process)?

(29 Sep '16, 16:28) felgiat
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The tile server I'm using (for me tile.openstreetmap.org resolves to london.tile.openstreetmap.org) seems to be mostly sorted (tiles are sometimes "sea", but refresh the browser and it'll come back "land"), so I suspect the coastline problem was fixed and you really don't need to worry about it. You can always use a different map using OpenStreetMap data (3 on osm.org, lots more elsewhere) if you're troubled by it.

(29 Sep '16, 17:43) SomeoneElse ♦
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