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Hi. I'd like to produce (for a non-profit community newsletter) a map showing the parish boundary of Bobbing in Kent, UK.

A section of the boundary is the purple line in this link: https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/51.35040/0.68799

Despite reading for hours I can't find any way of making this purple line in to a thicker solid line so that it shows up properly in print. Please can anyone advise? Thank you.

asked 06 Jul '19, 21:10

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The boundary of Bobbing is represented in OSM by a relation object with the id 2421664. You can cause this object to be highlighted (albeit in orange) by using the URL https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/2421664

I don't know if that is good enough for your purpose.

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answered 06 Jul '19, 23:16

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Thank you very much! That's great, and I've made a donation to OpenStreetMap in recognition.

(08 Jul '19, 13:43) eisw
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