What Wildbook are you working in?
What is the entire URL out of the browser, exactly where the error occurred?
Can you describe what the issue is you’re experiencing?
We had some students submit encounters to SeadragonSearch for a citizen science workshop. Afterward when I went in to process the encounters, I noticed that there were some duplicates (same photo submitted multiple times in different encounters) and mixed lots (photos of different seadragons submitted together in one encounter). I deleted the duplicate encounters using the delete feature under the metadata section, and removed extra photos from the mixed lots using ‘remove this image’ on the hamburger menu on each photo.
Then today, Nerida noticed that there were a bunch of mystery encounters in the unapproved encounters box, and when I went in to investigate, I realized these were all the photos I had removed and duplicate encounters I had deleted. So we aren’t sure why the system brought them back and made them into new encounters?
To keep our unapproved encounters box clean I’m deleting most of them but leaving the two examples above for you to see. Example #1 was a duplicate encounter that I had deleted that came back, and Example #2 was a photo in a mixed lot that I had removed from that encounter. Let me know if you have any other questions for me!
Can you provide steps on how to reproduce what you’re experiencing?
To reproduce this you would need to either delete an encounter or remove a photo from an encounter, then give the system a day or so and see if it comes back as a new encounter. I’m not sure if it will happen again?
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