As you probably know, at this moment no map editor is allowed to delete a full city.
Since we had a few different ways to work in the past (for example, Roma used to be called 'Roma, Italy', etc), there are some duplicate cities in our system.
Another problem is that city names were case sensitive and so ROMA and Roma were two different cities. Since city names are no longer case sensitive, all the cities with duplicate names (as now ROMA = Roma) get the infamous 'more than one city match' error.
If you get a 'more than one city match' on your city, just write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the city name and country, and we'll fix it for you.
Another scenario that was recently fixed concerns cities that no longer have streets attached to them. For example, one mapper could have search for all the streets that belong to 'Roma, Italy' and change them to the new city called 'Roma'. In this case, the city of 'Roma, Italy' would still exist and show on the map, even though it had no streets that belong to it.
We've now fixed it so the city (Roma, Italy) still exists in our DB, but will no longer appear on the maps
. You will see it as one of the options when you enter the (correct) city name in the cartouche. To fix this problem - which is less urgent as editing is allowed - just send us an email with the old name and the new name (and the country), and we'll fix it right away, to avoid a situation where a different user starts mapping streets to the wrong city again...
thank you all for your patience