I edited the platform in Braunau (https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/48.25909/13.04800) and now the platform disappeard from the map. It doesn't show the dark grey area of a platform. Does anyone know what I did wrong?

asked 03 May '20, 18:34

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It seems to be showing on the transport layer.

(03 May '20, 19:31) InsertUser

The platform in question: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/746409238 . Try touching (=modifying) it a second time. Maybe the rendering database had a hickup while importing your changes.

(04 May '20, 08:25) scai ♦

It's probably a conflict with some tag you added. This much more simple one still show up.

It's not area=yes, even if it's not required per the wiki, this one is ok.

I could find others (like this) that fail to render, so I guess it's some trouble with the combination "covered=yes", "area=yes" and "train=yes" (it seems to work well for bus stops).

This one, with similar tags as yours, fails, but the one across, with covered=no, renders.

You can test by removing your tags one by one until it renders again, or better splitting the platform in segments with the various combinations and wait for re-rendering.

And then probably file an issue, because it clearly feels like a bug in the rendering.

Hope this helps.

Regards.

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