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Hello,

I'm fairly new to OpenStreetMap and have been actively editing. However, I've encountered an issue with the editor – when attempting to edit various things like roads and buildings, all the outlines appear unusually thin compared to previously. I've attached a photo to provide a better understanding for the reader. It's worth noting that even when I select them, it still is very thin.

Any help appreciated.

https://prnt.sc/kTKiWJQXfZSB

asked 05 Dec '23, 19:51

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edited 05 Dec '23, 19:52


Hi, That looks like No Fill (Wireframe) in the ID editor. To remove that effect click the Map Data symbol (shortcut U). In Style Options select Partial Fill which gives wider highways, you see the change instantly. There's lots of things in those side menus that can be played with.

Regards Bernard.

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answered 06 Dec '23, 07:03

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