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Hi Ive searched for a tag or desciption of a blinded fence. The chain_link fence got an extra textile or composite sheet, to prevent looks into the premisses. How to tag or which key should I use ?

asked 25 Mar '21, 20:43

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A picture would be nice...

(25 Mar '21, 21:05) SomeoneElse ♦

Hi, I've seen some of these. It's called slatted or preslatted. I think slatted is a chain link fence with slats added to it, preslatted looks like a ready made chain link fence with slats incorporated. So the fence is a combination of chain link and slats, probably a good tag is fence_type=chain_link,slatted.

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answered 26 Mar '21, 08:42

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edited 26 Mar '21, 08:46

Slatted also refers to a common type of wooden fence. Oddly enough I've been trying to document some of these on the wiki:

I think the OP might be refering to the type of fence around, for instance, airport perimeters (seen on left here

(26 Mar '21, 11:38) SK53 ♦

Hi, this is the first I wanted to add, but there are more of those. Just to block foreign views on the premisses. Just to make it private :-( As non speaking English makes slatted ? But I will look into it, keeping in mind that slatted is IMHO not the right tag for a synthetic fabric, I use to choose composite for all the fabrics of a sturdy format.

(26 Mar '21, 17:58) Hendrikklaas

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