Hi all,

sometimes certain lines are not visible and editable on the iD version, which is used by Strava slide. For example in this area:

Missing road

I had this problem in plenty of different locations already. Not a huge deal. It just slows down the mapping a bit. I am not sure whether it is related to the rather old version of iD used by Strava or something else. Anybody able to fix it? I use the latest version of Google Chrome, by the way (V60.0.3112.11).

Thanks, René

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Quick update regarding the line above: It reappeared after uploading my changes. Weird...

(20 Sep '17, 10:39) rene78

I don't believe that you will find anybody from Strava technical support here, and I don't see what OSM could do about the issue.

(20 Sep '17, 13:53) SimonPoole ♦

This looks a lot like https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/issues/3973 - which is a Chrome bug that we've already added a workaround for.

I did see "entity not found" errors in the console, and I was able to step through and see that the code was throwing the error for an entity that was definitely loaded already.

We probably won't see an update to the Strava fork of iD, so I think the best thing you can do is use another browser instead of Chrome.

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Great, thanks for the info!

(20 Sep '17, 22:46) rene78
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