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I recently created an album of my photos, with a URL link for each photo specifying its GSM coordinates (like this one). Until yesterday, upon clicking on such a link, the opening map would display a marker (pin) on the spot corresponding to the location. As of today, it doesn't display it anymore (but it opens at the right spot).

I haven't changed the URLs. I tried different browsers, I tried different machines (my PC; my cellpĂ hone). No way.

How do I make the pins display again, please?

Thanks, Michael

asked 07 Aug '20, 21:51

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The marker doesn't display for me either and I'm getting a 500 error when I attempt to load the image by itself. I think it might be worth raising a bug on the github page for the website.

(08 Aug '20, 01:29) InsertUser

Thanks for the suggestion, I just reported this issue (see here: https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website/issues/2759 ).

Not sure however what do you mean by "load the image by itself".

(08 Aug '20, 06:17) Michael in P...

Load the image of the marker.

(08 Aug '20, 19:55) InsertUser

Oh yes, I had misread your previous message. At any rate, this bug has been fixed (see thread in the above link for the reported issue).


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answered 08 Aug '20, 20:49

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