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Hello together,

today a did a huge update to improve mapping of a town-forest where there are lakes and a playground as inner elements. So it seemed to be right for me to use a relation.

For some reason in the normal map view the tree-sybols are drawn over the inner elements. See here: (Whole change set

If you compare it to this place (which did someone else), the mapping is correct:

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance!

asked 09 Dec '21, 13:33

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It looks good to me, after a hard refresh (Ctrl+Shift+R).

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answered 09 Dec '21, 15:33

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thanks for your fast replys.

The hard refresh helped indeed. For some resons it takes this action to finally view changes to relations.

Cheers :)

(09 Dec '21, 21:58) TalUndBerg

Hi, Well one problem is that inner Way: 1010635104 shares a border with the outer Way: 1009899305.

Much better in this case to exclude both inner Way: 1010635104 and inner Way: Stadtwald (1010635100) from the multipolygon. Re-drawing the outer Way: 1009899305 to make the exclusion.

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answered 09 Dec '21, 14:33

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