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Recently a red message bar appears on the top of my maps. I can't delete it.

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What is the problem with delimiter? At the beginning this message there wasn't. I use remote data in csv format read from url.

Could you help me please? This is my account https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/user/studiodrn/



Here attached data layer configuration and the link to data file. Thanks


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asked 11 Nov '16, 18:01

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edited 12 Nov '16, 23:25

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If I see correctly we cannot see the raw data files or the configuration of the data layers. Could you please post a link to a data file and maybe a screenshot of a data layer configuration? Update: thanks, I have added this info into your question text.

(11 Nov '16, 22:48) aseerel4c26 ♦

Anyone could help me?!

(18 Nov '16, 22:29) studiodrn

The CSV file is gone, is that your doing?

(25 Nov '16, 20:29) emj

Thanks, I deleted and re-inserted data, and now it works.

(28 Nov '16, 08:25) studiodrn

I guess the error is about the delimiter of the CSV data. In your (google) case seems to be a ",". I guess you need to wait for an answer of the developer of umap. I do not know it cannot auto-detect it. Is there a way to specify it manually in your umap layer confic? Try it.

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answered 19 Nov '16, 00:37

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@studiodrn, this just started happening to my map. If I understand correctly, you fixed it by going back to the sheet, deleting and reinserting data on the sheet, correct?

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answered 14 May '18, 21:16

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