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I have been editing my tiny town buildings. I'm a standard editor as of right now. I noticed the question on the Q/A about stacked icons. When I looked at our school system the icons for elementary and high school were stacked. In order to move the highschool icon, I first had to move the elementary Icon. Since I moved the elementary Icon it has become an edited structure and now I can't move it back because I'm a standard editor? Is there a way to fix the icon or do I have to wait until I'm not considered a standard editor?

asked 02 Jan '20, 13:46

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Great question. Any editor can move any point they need to. If you've edited and saved a point, but need to edit it again right away, you can either initially introduce an intentional formatting error (such as including some random symbols &%$#*, etc.) in order to prevent the point from being synced to the database. Or, you can wait until the data is finished syncing and edit it again. The fact that the data is syncing is likely the reason you're not able to immediately move the point. Such functionality isn't related to editing role, however.

Any editing role can edit points as many times as they need to, just keep in mind that points are unavailable to edit while being synced to the database. Syncing shouldn't take more than 10 minutes, just keep track of which points you're waiting to move and come back later to move them.


answered 03 Jan '20, 09:05

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