Broken Style Sheet Issues?

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Broken Style Sheet Issues?

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I'm not sure if anyone can explain the apparent abundance of water in this area: https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=14/50.7678/-3.5708. Is this a style sheet issue? Has there been a mistaken edit? I cannot see any evidence of a bad edit through the find features tool on the main web site

Please assist explaining the apparent flood. It may have been raining but only a few showers and not enough to flood over the hills.

Many thanks

Guy

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Re: Broken Style Sheet Issues?

Adam Snape
You do see this kind of thing periodically. It usually is caused by an editor breaking the coastline and it's usually fixed pretty quickly but tiles take a while to update. It's now only showing on the one layer so will probably disappear completely when those tiles are re-rendered.

Kind regards

Adam

On Thu, 2 May 2019 at 22:23, Guy Collins via Talk-GB <[hidden email]> wrote:
I'm not sure if anyone can explain the apparent abundance of water in this area: https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=14/50.7678/-3.5708. Is this a style sheet issue? Has there been a mistaken edit? I cannot see any evidence of a bad edit through the find features tool on the main web site

Please assist explaining the apparent flood. It may have been raining but only a few showers and not enough to flood over the hills.

Many thanks

Guy
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