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    wilfr
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    Maybe not really a bug, but certainly annoying and probably easy to resolve: when using the OSM Classic view, some roads (such as L260 in the attachment) almost seem to disappear, because their greenish colour is almost the same as the colour of the surrounding grassland. On OSM, the colour of such roads is actually orange, which makes them stand out much better. Would it be possible to change the default colour of these roads?

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    wilfr
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    Accidentally posted empty message. @Moderators, please delete – my apologies

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    brook kelly
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    Kritou
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    I have to agree with you on this issue. Not wanting to hijack your post but on a similar vein tracks and routes often obscure important details details on roads. So, for instance, the junction numbers on motorways are buried regardless of any colour selected for the route

    The whole issue of screen “readability” deserves discussion,.Town and village names arguably need highlighting among other things – but how much of this is under the control of PE?

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