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I figured it out! OP here. First, I will clarify that this is the solution to my setup from the edit I made, after my initial post. The setup was a from the installation by package using apt-get from switch2osm.org and an Ubuntu 14.04 server installation. I am not sure if this solution will work for someone who has a manually configured server. Even if ...


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The addresses styles are all defined in addressing.mss. Those particular ones are housenumbers and the style is #housenumbers { [zoom >= 17] { text-name: "[addr:housenumber]"; text-placement: interior; text-min-distance: 1; text-wrap-width: 0; text-face-name: @book-fonts; text-fill: #666; text-size: 9; } } From this ...


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Your problem is that you referenced {s} in your code but you dont have subdomains installed. The official OSM has 3 different subdomains for that: http://{s}.tile.openstreetmap.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png where {s} = a,b and c. So you should create at least one subdomain (set a DNS server and configure apache2 properly). But you can use it without subdomains. They ...


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I have solved it - the map 'screwing up' was, of course, the land masses going beyond +/- 180 degrees. The solution is therefore to clip the land mass data against the gore shape before rendering, which prevents this from happening (and is a little neater than the mask anyway). I never found out why the projection wasn't updating after I had edited the WKT, ...



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