I collected the points from first to last as I go along the line. When exporting to dxf, we don’t see the polygons, i assume that the points associated with them are deleted at export. Yes it is the first time I get this issue. I did an update of Emlid flow during the weekend, and it started after that. I am sending you the files by email, I can’t load them here.
Yep, I too have the exact same issue.
In the facebook group I have now found out that the issue is when you don’t have anything in the description.
Apparently, you need to have a letter and a number for it not to happen.
Would have been good to know this 2 weeks ago
I have been back to one site to pick up the data again, but have some sites 2 hours away so can’t do that.
I see that your case was passed on to devs to take a look. Once we have any news on it, we will share them with you.
I’m also waiting for the CSV files from Stephane to analyze. The first files I received were exported with the CSV(PENZD) option. So there is not much info in them. But as soon as I check the usual CSV projects, I’ll be able to discuss it with the devs and give you more details on what is going on.
Hmm, the thing with the descriptions sounds unusual. Can you please export your project from Emlid Flow and Emlid Flow 360 in the usual CSV format and send the files to me? You can send them here via PM or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ll try to reproduce this issue as well. And, of course, will keep you posted on the results.
Hi @julia.shestakova after diving into it a bit deeper last night I have actually found what the actual issue is with your software.
I can’t find what is causing it, however, I have created a video for you pin pointing it, this way it should help reduce the time for your engineers to be able to fix whatever bug is causing this.
Here is a link to the video - Private video for Julia - Emlid - YouTube
I carried out tests today and caught this issue. As I see, it occurs because sometimes the point’s number doesn’t change automatically. So some points are collected with the same number. And it results in issues with the lines displaying: additional geometry in Emlid Flow and missing points in Emlid Flow 360. It affects projects export as well.
I’ve passed all the findings to our devs so that we can fix it. And as soon as I get any news on that, I’ll share them with you.
@Ben_Minutoli, thank you a lot for sharing the video! It was of great help in the investigation. Before the tests, I already knew that we needed to look for the points with the same names.
I have had this issue with large survey project I’ve been working on. For me, the issue seems to only be occurring with line points collected with an Android phone; my co-worker is using an iPhone to collect similar data but does not appear to have the issue.
Exporting this data from Android or Web results in the bugged points being lost. However, I’ve found that if I export the points using an iOS device (even if they are bugged points), exports all data correctly.
O, and by the way. I’m not much for forums and social media. But thank you all for your inputs on this forum. Especially Julia of Emlid. It is good so see people working together for a common good instead of working against each other. I appreciate all of the help here.