I am working on entering trees, grass, etc for a park. The grass and tree row have a big chunk missing out of them in the center of my browser. I could use an explanation and a suggestion on how to stop this from happening. Also, I will see borders (of park boundaries for example) disappear as I zoom in or out. So the green park will have chunks disappear as I zoom in or out.

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What happens if you select one of the other three maps at openstreetmap.org using the layer switcher at the right-hand side?

(26 Apr '18, 13:40) SomeoneElse ♦

The chunk is missing out of the standard map for this particular park. It is not missing in the humanitarian view. When I check all 3 boxes for the overlays, I can see everything I’ve added. There is just this square of blank green park in the standard view that has no path, parking aisle, trees, or grass. It is only a green (park) blank slate.
The other options do not show the details at all

(26 Apr '18, 13:54) GMTG1

It happens on my iPhone and iPad, as well as on my desktop computer.

(26 Apr '18, 14:37) GMTG1

Where? maybe because you have recently mapped it.

(26 Apr '18, 14:41) andy mackey
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Comba Park in Boise, Idaho. I have been mapping it over the past couple of days. If I just need to give more time, I can do that...

(26 Apr '18, 14:47) GMTG1
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Waiting longer will work. https://a.tile.openstreetmap.org/18/46373/95692.png has some detail now, for example.

The "standard" style has just been updated recently which mean that many more tiles are being rerendered than normal.

(26 Apr '18, 15:01) SomeoneElse ♦
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Although adding data to the database is, sort of instant, the rendered tiles that make up the displayed map can take some time to be rendered, days some time. A tree row does show, at some zoom levels, in my browser, you could try a refresh that may fix it for you. My understanding of OSM https://www.openstreetmap.org/user/andy%20mackey/diary/21767

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answered 26 Apr '18, 15:00

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