As a result of the att.editLike attribute class containing both att.dimensions and att.ranging, a large number of elements which do not really have numerical values or content that needs to be expressed as numerical values, are acquiring attributes such as @atLeast, @atMost, @min, @max, @quantity, @extent, @precision. To my mind, the following elements should not have these attributes (for what on earth would they mean?):
add; del; addSpan; delSpan; restore; subst; corr; reg; unclear; expan; origPlace; origin; ex; am; supplied; surplus; orgName; persName; placeName; affiliation; climate; event; faith; langKnowledge; langKnown; location; nationality; occupation; org; person; place; relation; residence; sex; socecStatus; terrain.
How to fix this requires some discussion, however, since there are several elements (gap, space, date, time, origDate, age, birth, death, floruit, population, state, trait) which inherit these attributes and arguably should do so.