[josm-dev] UI development
david at frankieandshadow.com
Sat Dec 15 12:00:43 GMT 2007
On 15/12/2007 11:25, Gabriel Ebner wrote:
> This step requires some kind of split-and-duplicate-nodes, which we don't
> currently have.
>> +----+----+ +--+----+----+
>> +----+----+ +----+----+
>> If so, I would suggest that it be done using this two-step process,
>> unless it's a very common operation.
> Yes, it amounts to the same and I can't remember if I ever used it. Right
> after the modeless changes someone complained about about it and now it's in
The pieces ('segments') of a way still have to remain contiguous so,
yes, if you did this you would have to split, and I think this could be
two step, ust as you;d do it now (split in two places and then delete
the divided part)
However, the common case I keep coming up against is wanting to remove
the last segment, particularly where it joins another one. This is
easier, and it may be useful to have a one step operation for this. Not
that you can't do it already, it's just a combination of operations I
keep on doing.
| way 2
way 1 |
R = want to remove this first or last segment. This doesn't require
splitting or changing nodes other than when there is no connecting way,
when the trailing node could go too.
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