[OSM-talk] Potlatch and the destruction of good work (N6 Ireland)

Steve Coast steve at asklater.com
Thu Jul 26 12:04:18 BST 2007

On 26 Jul 2007, at 11:24, Ben Companjen wrote:

> On 26/07/07, Richard Fairhurst <richard at systemed.net> wrote: David  
> Earl wrote:
> > BTW, I used Potlatch to make a quick change to a street name that  
> I'd
> > got wrong yesterday. I wasn't clear: do you update with every  
> character
> > change, or do I have to move the focus out of the field for the  
> change
> > to happen, so if I type the new name and close the browser, has my
> > change happened or not?
> Basically, it saves a way whenever you deselect it. So if you type and
> then close the browser immediately, the change won't have been saved,
> I'm afraid.
> I'd like to create some static online docs for Potlatch, clearly
> flagged to the first-time user, to explain some of the things like
> this - and, as you say, the point that you're changing live data. If
> this was flagged prominently on first load (e.g. in the otherwise
> blank tags panel) then it might help newbies.
> It seems to me that in edit.html there is plenty of space to  
> explain the basics of using Potlatch and/or put a link to the  
> complete docs.

Can potlatch magically (wingardium leviosa) take up all the space and  
resize to the browser dimensions?

have fun,

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