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How to tag a look-a-like gabled shape roof, with one diagonal roof line from one corner to the opposite site just stick to gabled ?

asked 20 Sep '22, 16:48

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You can use roof:direction=. For a symmetric one, either down slope can be used.

There's https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/tags/roof:shape=diagonal_pass apparently derived from https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM-4D/Roof_table#Note:_How_to_tag_roof:orientation_for_roof:shape=side_hipped_and_similar_roof_shapes? --- it's only necessary in case of convex V-shape with a "ditch", or when it has uneven height.

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answered 21 Sep '22, 08:30

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edited 21 Sep '22, 08:32

Hi Kovoschiz, I am used to 3D but 4D ? Thanks anyway. But it is just where I was looking for to tag a non regular roof shape.

(21 Sep '22, 12:31) Hendrikklaas
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