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whenever I click on edit with ID, it brings up a search bar. How do I get the edit feature bar?

asked 02 Dec '17, 14:17

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edited 02 Dec '17, 15:20

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Oddly, I'm seeing the same in iD in Chromium in Ubuntu 14.04 KDE. A spinner is continually going around at the top right.

(02 Dec '17, 15:24) SomeoneElse ♦

@andy mackey - this original question was asked back in December 2017 and was likely related to a deployment issue at that time.

(03 Jul '19, 10:38) SomeoneElse ♦

thanks i've deleted my comment

(03 Jul '19, 15:18) andy mackey

There is a Church located around Santa Maria (Blue Kiosk) but can not be located on the map, how can I edit and see it on the map

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answered 03 Jul '19, 09:12

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Hello Pogasty - adding a new question as an "answer" to an existing one unfortunately means that most people won't see it. If you ask a new question (preferably with a bit more information - like where in the world you're talking about) more people will see it.

To help show where in the world you're talking about you could just copy the URL from after you've zoomed in on the bit you're interested in - it changes as you do that.

(03 Jul '19, 09:21) SomeoneElse ♦

Please login first. Then bring the zoom level to 16+. You can see the zoom level in the URL. The Edit button will now work. Basic ID Editor usage is available on Youtube.

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answered 20 Oct '20, 08:32

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