Opened 3 years ago

Closed 3 years ago

Last modified 3 years ago

#20279 closed defect (fixed)

Mapillary: image date sometimes disappears

Reported by: richlv Owned by: taylor.smock
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: Plugin mapillary Version: tested
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Description (last modified by richlv)

Normally the plugin shows image author and date/time in the image viewing window titlebar.
Sometimes, this information disappears.
Not sure about the exact steps, it just happens when clicking on various images and using JOSM normally.

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mapillary-with-timestamp.png (644.2 KB ) - added by richlv 3 years ago.
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Change History (9)

by richlv, 3 years ago

by richlv, 3 years ago

comment:1 by richlv, 3 years ago

Description: modified (diff)

comment:2 by taylor.smock, 3 years ago

I noticed this yesterday when I was doing some testing for yesterday's release.

In my testing, the difference is that the image without a timestamp is outside the JOSM OSM download area, and the image with the timestamp is inside the JOSM OSM download area. Was that the case for you?

comment:3 by richlv, 3 years ago

For me this happens with images in JOSM downloaded data area.
BTW, this is an old problem, have seen it for a long time.

comment:4 by taylor.smock, 3 years ago

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

This should be fixed in 0ee694d47efacf79ff088efdc11771e0ee22b377. This isn't merged into master yet (there are some other fixes I want to add to the branch), but this should be fixed in the next Mapillary release.

Last edited 3 years ago by taylor.smock (previous) (diff)

comment:5 by richlv, 3 years ago

Oh neat. thank you for the quick fix :)

What caused this - as in, what situations result in the timestamp missing?

comment:6 by taylor.smock, 3 years ago

The primary situation was what I described, where the image missing the timestamp was outside of the download area (so, OSM area or viewport, depending upon settings).

The only way for other images to be missing the data would be if there was a failure somewhere communicating with the Mapillary servers.

In either case, I now detect that an image doesn't have expected information (e.g., captured at), and retrieve the information as needed. This isn't the most efficient method, but it does work.

comment:7 by richlv, 3 years ago

Got it, thank you. I guess multiple OSM data downloads and clocking on various Mapillary images could result in that.
Eagerly looking forward to the new plugin version :)

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