Not a glitch, but a conscious decision on my part to colour them differently, in order to make them stand out from the rest. In a different type of application, I might have coloured them red, but that colour is taken by 10-pointers; so grey=untouched seemed like a good alternative.
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Also OE/TI-670 which will be removed at the end of this month 31st Dec. 2015 doesn’t have the red ring around it.
[/quote]Thanks for the heads-up there, I appreciate it as always. I would, however, appreciate it even more if such reports were to contain a little more information to help me to quickly locate the error. Something like this, maybe:
When using the range page to find summits within nnn kilometers of XXXXXX, I notice that the summit OE/TI-670 - which is due to be removed at the end of this month 31st Dec. 2015 - doesn’t have the red ring around it.
I would guess it couldn’t take much longer than a minute more to gather one’s thoughts and write a report like that. On the other hand, I’ve just spent 1 1/2 hours trying to narrow this thing down to the point where I understand WHERE and HOW you’ve noticed this discrepancy, and to be able to explain it.
So to the explanation: the summits OE/TI-670 Zwölferkopf and DL/AL-166 Zwoelferkopf are one and the same summit, which is presumably the reason why one of them has to go. When one views either of the ranges OE/TI or DL/AL individually in the main page, one doesn’t notice that each of these two “summits” actually occupy the same place in the map. In the range page, however, one can see this: look very carefully at the OE/TI-670 Zwölferkopf circle marker (zoom in as far as you can go), and you should be able to see a slight overlap between a light blue circle (DL/AL-166) and the red-ringed circle (OE/TI-670). Testing on my local machine, the latter appears to overlay the former, whereas in the live site, it’s the other way around: but that’s just the Google maps engine, in slightly different environments, trying to decide which of the two (with identical latitude and longitude) to place before the other.
So, the red-bordered circle marker IS correctly displayed for OE/TI-670 Zwölferkopf, but it is (or can be…) obscured by another circle marker at exactly the same location.
EDIT: the same situation of overlapping circles can be seen with the summit combinations DL/AL-046 Ponten == OE/TI-449 Ponten, DL/AL-049 Kuehgundkopf == OE/TI-652 Kühgundkopf, etc.