'Cause I've seen them all happen. Personally, I like the lines to be at the bottom of the slope, thereby really marking the boundary of the terrain feature. But the arrows on the line indicate "lower terrain". If you read that as "ALL lower terrain" instead of "the lowest terrain", the lines should be placed at the top of the slopes. But I don't like that cause it gives no indication of the volume of the embankment. In the middle of the slope: that just seems sloppy, but I've seen it happen.

asked 05 Feb, 09:26

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It's more clearly stated on the wiki for earth banks:

For a linear way, the top of the object should be on the left side of the way direction and the bottom on the right side. Way represents the top of the object. (rule is the same as for cliff and retaining_wall).

But I agree. I find it odd that there is no sense of scale (also true for bottom).

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