Make conjoint waterway/administrative boundary play nicely.
authorSteve Bennett <stevagewp@gmail.com>
Thu, 23 Dec 2010 01:41:13 +0000 (01:41 +0000)
committerSteve Bennett <stevagewp@gmail.com>
Thu, 23 Dec 2010 01:41:13 +0000 (01:41 +0000)
resources/potlatch.css

index e54ce62..7c3c51f 100644 (file)
@@ -117,7 +117,8 @@ way[leisure=marina] :area                                   { color: pink; fill-color: pink; fill-opacity: 0.4
 way[leisure=slipway]                                           { color: grey; width: 3; casing-color: blue; casing-width: 7; }
 way[leisure=golf_course] :area { color: #44ee22; width: 2; fill-color: #44ee22; fill-opacity: 0.2; set .area_small_name;}
 
-way[boundary=administrative]                { color: purple; width: 2; opacity: 0.2; dashes: 24,4; }
+way[boundary=administrative]                { color: purple; width: 2; opacity: 0.2; dashes: 24,4; z-index: 4;}
+way[boundary=administrative][waterway]      { opacity: 0.8; z-index: 4; dashes: 24,4; width: 6; }
 way[landuse=cemetery]                                          { color: #664466; width: 2; fill-color: color: #664466; opacity: 0.2; set .area_small_name;}
 /* Addressing. Nodes with addresses *and* match POIs should have a poi icon, so we put addressing first */