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why the changeset #132221431 that is supposed to be New Zealand-wide, it's shown with an orange rectangle that crosses Australia, South Africa, Argentina, and Chile.

If it isn't a node, way, or something beyond NZ, then I guess it's a bug.

What do you think?

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asked 08 Feb '23, 18:29

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The bounds cross the ante-meridian, so the eastern side of the changeset is actually in the western hemisphere. It also happens sometimes with changes in e.g. the far east of Russia.

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answered 08 Feb '23, 18:35

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