1st observation (clicked from):
2nd observation (clicked to):
Description of problem:
Step 1: Go to your first observation.
Step 2: Start clicking through all your observations, adding many of them to the project “Footzoom”.
Step 3: When an observation does not fit the project criteria, skip to the next before it fully loads.
So, what actually seems to be happening is that the observation I click to is combined with the previous one. I know, crazy! I didn’t memorize every detail, so I can’t give a complete description until it happens again. The “double” observation has the photo and identifications from the first one but the observation taxon of the second; e.g. if the first is a Chestnut-backed Chickadee and the second is a Red-breasted Nuthatch, both RG, it would show a photo of a chickadee and two or three identifications of “Chestnut-backed Chickadee” but the observation taxon (or “Display ID”) would be “Red-breasted Nuthatch” and Research Grade. Now, the Community Taxon is the part that is the most mixed up. Because of the observation taxon and the identifications being different, it shows “Red-breasted Nuthatch” as the species, but where it shows all the IDs the whole line is red and it says “0 of 3” because the identifications were all of Chestnut-backed Chickadee.
If I click to the next observation, I get the one after the nuthatch, and if I click to the previous I get the one before the chickadee.
Here’s a list of all the observation parts and which go to which obs, just to simplify this a bit:
Media: 1st observation
Identifications: 1st observation
Observation Taxon: 2nd observation
Community Taxon: Both
Annotations: Can’t tell, they weren’t annotated.
Projects: 2nd observation
Tags: Can’t tell, I don’t use them.
Fields: Can’t tell, they didn’t have any
DQA: Can’t tell, they were both the same