Sorry, Manila

Posted by ianlopez1115 on 30 December 2008 in English (English)

While trying to improve Metro Manila, I saw spots while fixing the Pasig River (somewhere in the Quezon Bridge portion, If I can recall it). Apparently, I clicked on one green node, which was attached to a way. That's where the problem started. After logging out, I saw my edits, and some areas from Makati and Mandaluyong to Quiapo were "underwater".

I logged in again at 8 PM (PHT), and there were ways that were stacked, with the same rendering.

===The Example===
---Layer 1: layer=-1, natural=water, waterway=river/riverbank---
---Layer 2: layer=-1, natural=water, waterway=river/riverbank---
---Layer 3: layer=-1, natural=water, waterway=river/riverbank---
---No more---
===End of Example===

I deleted the 2 layers, but I could delete the entire "river" in the process. In some places, it has four layers. I urgently need help on how to fix it.

Also, I'd like to aplologize to the Pinoy OSM community for screwing up the crucial ways and/nodes that made the Pasig river possible.

Update (Jan 1, 2009): So far, it is/was fixed by user:remzamora many hours ago, but the rendering between the MalacaƱang Palace and somewhere between the districts of Santa Ana and Pandacan are kinda way off. But that is for another diary entry.

Again, thank you rem for fixing it.

Update (Jan 3, 2009): thanks, rem for correcting me; it was dkt or D Tucny who fixed it. thanks alot.

Location: Manila City Residences, Santa Ana, Sixth District, Manila, Metro Manila, 1009, Philippines

Comment from remzamora on 3 January 2009 at 03:45

hi ian!
i tried to edit the errors that night but unfortunately i had net roblems. i think was the one who edited them and he should be the one credited :)
have fun mapping!

Comment from ianlopez1115 on 3 January 2009 at 14:36

thanks for clearing it up. still, thank you.

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