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non-track streets, e.g. path or secondary, with tracktype=*-Tag should be highlighted with an error in ID editor. tracktype should be used on tracks only!

Best regards Mike

asked 26 Jun '22, 19:32

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closed 26 Jun '22, 19:52

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Frederik Ramm ♦

(this is something best discussed somewhere like community.openstreetmap.org or similar) but, why do you think it is a problem to use "tracktype" with highway != track ?

(26 Jun '22, 21:10) SomeoneElse ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Frederik Ramm 26 Jun '22, 19:52

The wiki page on tracktype specifically says “It usually applies to highway=track but is often used for non-tracks too, especially in less-developed places where many main roads are unpaved.”

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answered 26 Jun '22, 19:45

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This is not a question and therefore not suitable for this forum. If you want to raise an issue with the iD editor, go to https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/issues

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answered 26 Jun '22, 19:54

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edited 27 Jun '22, 10:46


@Frederik: wouldn't this repo (https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD) be more appropriate?

(27 Jun '22, 10:35) SK53 ♦

link fixed, thanks!

(27 Jun '22, 10:46) Frederik Ramm ♦

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