Please could an expert investigate. It appears there are problems with (multi-)polygons right around Isle of Wight. Some GPS devices render large areas of the Island as water, especially at certain scales. The same problem is not present for the mainland to the north of Solent, ie it only exists on IoW.
It has been suggested that some multi-polygons may be broken, interrupted, corrupt, or other.
See https://groups.google.com/d/msg/osmand/YZtg8V3Nsis/D0M6aYRCCgAJ where there are example images.
More information from the OsmAnd side would be needed (how old is the data that is broken? When was it last working?). None of the other online maps that you'd expect to show flooding currently do, and https://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/?view=coastline&lon=-1.32575&lat=50.69283&zoom=12&overlays=coastline,coastline_error_lines,line_not_a_ring,line_overlap,line_invalid,line_direction,questionable,coastline_error_points,unconnected,intersections,not_a_ring,double_node,tagged_node doesn't show any errors.
I cant see this problem on any zoom level of OsmAnd
Maybe this correction and the several associated ones, or the latest OsmAnd version will now enable correct rendering.
I will re-visit when the corrected OSM has been enabled in OsmAnd.
i use osmand every day and have noted this at specific magnifications in many coastal places around europe. Cannot find what is causing the problem
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