Hi, first time using OSM Help, and a newbie OSM user overall - please be gentle :)

I have modified the station building around the Praterstern area in Vienna since a new building was added recently and have added these two buildings:

However, they do not render on any of the maps - I had hoped giving them building=yes would have been enough... did I overlook another tag here?

asked 16 Mar, 10:26

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I guess the problem is that pedestrian area is always rendered on top of buildings, so you need to make a hole in this area:

https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/2578511

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answered 16 Mar, 11:12

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edited 16 Mar, 15:04

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I detached this comment from Kocio's other answer as I believe it warrants a more prominent place here.

(16 Mar, 14:54) TZorn

Hey, I tried it - I hope making the hole worked correctly :/

(17 Mar, 12:28) wonderb0lt

This relation is unchanged, it's still in version #13 from 30 days ago. Which editor are you using, iD? Then look at https://learnosm.org/en/beginner/id-editor/#drawing-multipolygons please.

(17 Mar, 12:38) kocio

Thanks, I think I fixed it on Friday. I'm pretty certain the pedestrian area is the problem so I marked your answer as correct, maybe I did something wrong with the multipolygons. I'll open a new question about the polygon

(22 Mar, 10:25) wonderb0lt

The osm.org slippy map takes a while to render the new elements after they have been added to the database. However, you can try to clean the browser cache (Ctrl+Shift+R or Cmd+Shift+R on MacOS) and the building should show up.

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answered 16 Mar, 10:49

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Do you see them? I just opened the page in a new browser, and cleared my cache in my regular browser. Plus, I made the change almost a month ago, I think the cache would've expired by now...

(16 Mar, 10:53) wonderb0lt

No, I can't, but I see the website is pretty low this morning. I can see that on CycleOSM they are rendered and in all the others map styles, even if they are hard to see.

(16 Mar, 10:58) Mannivu
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Looks like now it's updated on OSM.org servers.

(24 Mar, 12:24) kocio
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