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I am fairly new to OSM, have used IDeditor, and was trying out registering av path with Vespucci for Android, then suddenly tiles in a large area (relation 8234032)turned white in OSM standard layer.

OSM inspector found a possible problem where I had managed to place a path over an already self-intersecting polygon for wetland, that i have corrected.

I dont know if this really caused it, because a few hours later the same area (relation 8234032)turned blue, and the same day someone had corrected the Natural key for this area from Wood to Water.

I corrected the key back to Wood.

This helped, now at least some of the zoom levels render correct, but still a lot of tiles are either white or blue for some reason.

Its been several days, i have tried to register a lot of the tiles "dirty", and have loaded maps in different devices/browsers. The tiles are still not rendering correct with OSM standard layer in various zoomlevels.

Can someone help me to find the problem here?

Thank you som much for your help!

asked 11 Nov '21, 18:36

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edited 11 Nov '21, 19:08

The mapping looks OK, the tiles render OK at different zoom levels.

Patience? Or try clearing your browser cache?

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answered 12 Nov '21, 07:56

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Thank you for checking here, but 9 days is a long time to wait, do I have to wait even longer? I have cleared coocies and cache, tried several browsers and devices, same problem. This is very strange...

An example is this blue squared area here in zoomlevel 15 and 17 that is present in multiple devices: and

Any tips here is much appreciated.

(15 Nov '21, 18:26) oyha

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