If I update an observation with a new ID that disagrees with the previous ID, it is not labelled as a disagreement.
Adding a higher level disagreement is momentarily labeled as a disagreement with Unknown, but once the observation is re-indexed it goes away!
Restoring the original ID also momentarily labels the second ID as a disagreement with finer identifications.
This is relatively new because it didn’t use to happen.
But it was happening a few months ago (unless some got reverted retroactively) and I just noticed it so I’m not sure when it started.
Perhaps it happens because disagreements with inactive IDs don’t exactly make sense, especially when one ID is withdrawn and another is implemented simultaneously—there was never actually a disagreement. But it’s still helpful to have them labelled (as they used to be).
Using Chrome on a Mac