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Using Safari on a MacBook, when I click the "I" nothing happens, no mepkey appears. Any clues? I do not want to be an editor I just want to use the map to find all gravel roads in my state.

asked 18 Nov '20, 21:14

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edited 18 Nov '20, 21:16

This is a known issue with Safari. Unfortunately Leaflet (the map-loading library used by OSM) is currently broken in Safari and there is no timescale for resolution.

See https://github.com/Leaflet/Leaflet/issues/7255 , https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website/issues/2811

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answered 19 Nov '20, 15:28

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The inability to load the map key sounds like a bug that should be reported on the Github.

Having said that, the default render doesn't show road surface. I think the HOT layer does distinguish between paved and unpaved, but it's quite subtle.

Your best bet is probably to look up the specific surface keys you are interested in on the wiki and devise an overpass turbo query to retrieve and show them.

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answered 19 Nov '20, 00:53

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