In which Wildbook did the issue occur? ACW
What operating system were you using? Win 10
What web browser were you using? latest chrome (v. 87.0.4280.141)
What is your role on the site? replicated in both admin & researcher roles
1st scenario - logged in as researcher. Went to Encounters > View My Submissions > filtered results for occurrenceID: “Census_08-09_2.CHEETAH_Original_1_AdilsonBonifacio1” > clicked on tab “Matching Images/Videos” and got a mixed bag of results, not from the specified Occurrence ID
2nd scenario: logged in as admin. Went to Encounters > Unapproved > filtered results for occurrenceID: “Census_08-09_2.CHEETAH_Original_1_AdilsonBonifacio1” > clicked on tab “Matching Images/Videos” and got a series of images from the wrong species: https://africancarnivore.wildbook.org/encounters/thumbnailSearchResults.jsp?state=unapproved
3rd scenario: logged in as researcher. On this encounter page: https://africancarnivore.wildbook.org/encounters/encounter.jsp?number=fb2177eb-56d4-45d4-b726-c99459e05605
Clicked on “Add annotation” to get a better view of the individual annotations: https://africancarnivore.wildbook.org/encounters/manualAnnotation.jsp?encounterId=fb2177eb-56d4-45d4-b726-c99459e05605&assetId=47228
Here, the annotations display very differently than on the thumbnail in the encounter gallery (Note: this will be logged as a separate support question - how do I know which annotation display is correct? Hopefully it’s the Add Annotations page display bec that’s where changes to annotations are made based on what’s displayed)
To get another view of the annotation placement, researcher then copied the Occurrence ID for the original encounter record > Encounters > View Unapproved Encounters > applied Occurrence ID as filter “Census_08-09_2.CHEETAH_Original_5_ShaynaBarby” > clicked on tab “Matching Images/Videos” and no results displayed:
What did you expect to happen?
The “Matching Images” tab should have displayed the filtered search results i.e. images from the Occurrence IDs entered as filters. It looks like the only criteria it retained, based on the link for the results page, is “unapproved”.
The researcher was hoping to use this functionality to review all images from a particular sighting together in order to ascertain if there are separate left and right profiles that could be determined to be of the same individual. Opening multiple tabs, one for each encounter, from the Sighting page is clunky and doesn’t allow for a group comparison as easily as this option does (or could, assuming our understanding of how it should be working is correct).