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Sometimes in Potlatch 2 if you change or add the name of a street, Potlatch will change the name of other streets that are not related. It just changed me like ALL the names of the streets in one district, I change to set back all of them one by one ...

And undo will not work on this. It will remove the new name, but will not remove all the names it changed itself.

asked 26 Jun '11, 12:31

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edited 26 Jun '11, 16:13

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If want to copy some tagging to several items you can press the "r" for repeat to copy the same tags again which is useful BUT some times the only way I have found to turn it off is to save and log out.maybe you've turned it on accidentally. maybe the team who have done a great job of building potlach2 could make the "r" function accessible through ctrl "r" to make it less accident prone.. just an idea

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answered 15 Jul '11, 00:16

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edited 15 Jul '11, 00:24

No, please not CTRL+r . This makes it complicated again. But it might be a good idea of introducing CTRL+r for copying all tags EXCEPT the name.

(15 Jul '11, 12:46) ALE

It sounds like you've found a bug with Potlatch 2. Please file the bug report in our bug tracking system. For more information on filing bug reports please see the following places.

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answered 26 Jun '11, 16:21

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edited 26 Jun '11, 16:21

I suspect that what would be required here would be a series of steps to reproduce the problem. Once you've got that, head over to trac, make sure that no-one else has already reported it, and log it there against the "potlatch2" component. Without steps the reproduce, the best the developers will be able to say is "works for me!" and carry on fixing other reported issues for which more information has been supplied.

It's possible, of course, that while you're figuring out exactly what you're doing before the problem occurs you might spot that e.g. you're inadvertently selecting lots of ways any applying a name tag, which would cause exactly the effect that you're describing.

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answered 26 Jun '11, 16:26

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Absolutely right. I've encountered this issue very very intermittently before but been unable to pin it down. It seems to have something to do with multiple selection but I've not yet been able to reproduce it. If you could tell us how to do so, that would be excellent.

(26 Jun '11, 17:40) Richard ♦

Well, it has nothing to do with multiple selections at all !

Here screenshots, only one street is selected, I change its name, and all the adjacent streets are gettings their name changed too.

It happened like this suddently, before I had no problem, I have to log out and log back.

http://www.box.net/shared/xkssd80eqlvs8xm1itoi

http://www.box.net/shared/0fmfixyknz4yc2mq1a8u

It can also do the same when changing a street to one way, or changing a street to another for example from primary to secondary etc ...

(30 Jun '11, 17:41) MRick

I had a new bug today

This time ti changed everything in the district, including the names of the streets, bus stops, houses ....

http://www.box.net/shared/4c38ntzsl8p0vj9hv9xj

(14 Jul '11, 22:43) MRick
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