[Talk-GB] Select and correct a discovered key duplication of sorts in JOSM

Michael Booth boothym at gmail.com
Sun Oct 8 21:54:29 UTC 2017

I think select all includes all of the vertex nodes in each of the ways. 
You need to select all, ctrl + F, then choose "find in selection" and 
click "type:way" to select only the ways.

On 08/10/2017 15:50, Bob Hawkins wrote:
> I return to this thread because there is something I do not 
> understand.  I wish not to make an error undertaking the change I 
> plan.  I queried ‘ref:chiltern_society=* within South Oxfordshire in 
> Overpass Turbo and exported the result to JOSM.  Selecting all, and 
> viewing the results I see in excess of 3,000 unset values against the 
> keys. ‘ref_chiltern_society’ reads ‘<220 different, 3416 unset>’, for 
> example.  ‘prow_ref’ shows the same, fortunately, because the numbers 
> should match.  I fail to understand the number of unset values if I 
> have queried a particular key.  Why are there not 220 ways selected?  
> I ran the query without nodes and relations and the result was the 
> same.  I believe it would be acceptable to edit the tags in question 
> but am concerned to know the answer before I do so.
> One further question: how do I search for the keys 
> ‘ref:chiltern_society’ and ‘source:prow_ref’ in JOSM?  It appears that 
> the use of a colon is not recognised in these cases because of its use 
> in other circumstances?
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