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I asked a different question on these buildings before here, and we came to the conclusion that the pedestrian area is rendered on top of them. Now, I have made them to be the 'inner' of the ped area multipolygon, just like the grass areas southwest of these buildings. However, the pedestrian area is still rendered above them - why?

Fairly certain it is user error, I just want to find the error of my ways O:)

asked 22 Mar '21, 10:30

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edited 22 Mar '21, 10:31


There was also a left over from your tries: A building relation. I'have deleted it.

(22 Mar '21, 12:16) TZorn

At a location like this, you might find "OpenLevelUp" helpful: https://openlevelup.net/?t=0&l=0&o=t#19/48.21875/16.39223

(22 Mar '21, 12:23) SomeoneElse ♦

@TZorn thank you! @SomeoneElse Another great OSM tool, thanks for pointing it out! This community is great :)

(22 Mar '21, 21:49) wonderb0lt

Looks like this is just a problem with refreshing tiles on default renderer, on some other rendering site it looks like expected:

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answered 22 Mar '21, 11:01

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Ah, usually the tiles are rendered within a day or so and I was going insane. I've accepted your answer, thank you. What renderer did you take that from? I want to enjoy the fruits of my work :D

(22 Mar '21, 21:52) wonderb0lt
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