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The topic above (the first one) is locked. Where is the right place to discuss this page? In the section [[Places#When_to_use_Area_or_Point]] I did not understand why use point when the area is known. This seems stupid because area is always more precise than point, and when you define an area you can set the "main spot / entry" as a point. Well, also, if this rule should be really followed, why not just set point / area automatically after setting the category on WME? Thank you. --[[User:Hatzemberg|Hatzemberg]] ([[User talk:Hatzemberg|talk]]) 18:06, 13 February 2015 (UTC)

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The topic above (the first one) is locked. Where is the right place to discuss this page? In the section Places#When_to_use_Area_or_Point I did not understand why use point when the area is known. This seems stupid because area is always more precise than point, and when you define an area you can set the "main spot / entry" as a point. Well, also, if this rule should be really followed, why not just set point / area automatically after setting the category on WME? Thank you. --Hatzemberg (talk) 18:06, 13 February 2015 (UTC)