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0000044Canalplan [All Projects] Bugpublic2018-06-06 08:51
ReporterShultzy 
Assigned ToNick Atty 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityhave not tried
StatusassignedResolutionopen 
PlatformMicrosoftOSWindowsOS Version8.1
Product VersionProduct Build 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0000044: An un-editable place
DescriptionThere is a marker on the [Grand Junction Canal, Main Line, Braunston to Norton] called [Braunston Village] which is not accessible and not on the line of the canal. It is north of [Braunston Marina Private Entrance]. When clicking on the marker a screen headed [Braunston Village is not a single place] is displayed and "CanalPlanAC knows about Braunston Village, but it isn't a place in the database" as further info. It then displays search results none of which are [Braunston Village] so the place has no gazetteer entry and can't be edited / moved.
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~0001806

Shultzy (updater)

[Newbold] is another place like [Braunston Village] which has no gazetteer entry and can't be edited / moved.

~0001810

Nick Atty (administrator)

They are a hang-over from an earlier attempt to put places other than spots on the canal on. I'm not taking them out without some serious testing that they don't break things - they do no harm.

No one did anything with them, and they've been effectively superseded by areas. But nobody does anything with areas either.
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Date Modified Username Field Change
2015-10-22 22:44 Shultzy New Issue
2015-10-22 23:57 user3 Assigned To => Nick Atty
2015-10-22 23:57 user3 Status new => assigned
2018-05-28 23:55 Shultzy Note Added: 0001806
2018-06-06 08:51 Nick Atty Note Added: 0001810
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