I've noticed that the "McDonald's" preset has cuisine=burger, but "Pizza Hut" has no cuisine. It appears the presets are compiled as part of the iD build, but it's not clear why some presets have more tags than others.

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AFAIK this issue has nothing to do with presets. Name based tag suggestions for iD and vespucci are generated from https://github.com/osmlab/name-suggestion-index which in turn is generated from an OSM planet dump.

That naturally doesn't explain the difference except that perhaps Pizza Huts may simply not have a cuisine tag very often and that it doesn't turn up in the index for that reason. In any case you should probably create an issue in the name-suggestion-index repository.

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Hi. read these pages about the development of the OSM Id editor, https://www.mapbox.com/osmdev/ http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.gis.openstreetmap.devel/27337 or ask your question there. You might get a good and sturdy answer.

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