Last few days I cannot work in ID editor because the task boundaries are missing in image. Any idea how to fix or is this a bug?

asked 27 Aug '18, 15:13

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closed 27 Aug '18, 21:26

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Can you explain how you got into iD? Where should the task boundaries be coming from?

(27 Aug '18, 16:16) SomeoneElse ♦

Usual starts from OSM taskmanager; choose a project; in this project choose a square or a random one. Than command "start mapping" --> start editor with ID editor as editprogram. A new windows opens with image (like Bing) and with purple boundries marking the area you have to do the things. Well, writing this and doing that I see the boudries are there again - problem solverd, I think.

(27 Aug '18, 19:29) aapdesign

I assume this is related to

(27 Aug '18, 22:59) nevw

The question has been closed for the following reason "Problem is outdated" by aseerel4c26 27 Aug '18, 21:26

Problem solved - task boundries are back again...

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