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  • #55430
    Per
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    Hi,
    Why are the ways around opened gates displayed as if they are forbidden access in Locus with your maps + Elevate theme?

    example: https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1909006792#map=20/48.72974/19.43798&layers=Y

    locus view:

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    #55433
    Avatar photoTobias
    Keymaster

    I just checked the track with the current OAM Slovakia map and Elevate, there’s no access=no pattern.
    It seems like you’re using twov different maps with overlapping contour lines, maybe the other map is not an openandromap? Then the pattern might come from this, and no 100% compatibility with Elevate.

    Developer of Elevate mapstyle

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    #55434
    Per
    Participant

    I have two different maps, and two different styles, yes, but Locus is using only one map+style at a time.
    The second map does not show those patterns, but when I delete that map, the problem is gone.
    It’s interesting; maybe it’s a Locus bug..

    Thanks

    #55436
    Avatar photoTobias
    Keymaster

    It’s interesting; maybe it’s a Locus bug..

    It’s probably locus’ auto loading function. I’m no locus user, but there are several threads in this forum where the duplicated contour lines are discussed. Even if you only open one map a second one in the same area can be loaded and combined automatically .

    Developer of Elevate mapstyle

    #55437
    Avatar photoJohnPercy
    Participant

    If you have two overlapping vector maps and have autoloading turned on for vector maps, they will both be drawn where they overlap. If both maps have the same contour data associated with them you will typically only notice artefacts with see-through areas being more intense than they should be. In the screenshot it is obvious that the two maps use different contour data.

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