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I am not able to search for addr:postcode in JOSM, because the colon is used as a delimiter between key and value (if value is only partially given, if I got it right).

Do I have to somehow escape the colon? Or is it just impossible to search for colon separated keys?

asked 28 Feb '13, 05:20

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try escaping with a backslash \ in fromt of the colon, that may work.

(28 Feb '13, 09:02) gormo

For me, it works with quotation marks : "addr:postcode"

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answered 28 Feb '13, 09:47

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Thank you, that works.

(08 Mar '13, 21:36) erik
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