[talk-au] JOSM Woes.
slhope at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 06:37:50 BST 2007
To join two existing nodes, use select mode (shortcut s) to select one node.
Change to Draw nodes mode (shortcut n) and click on the other node.
Sometime it will make a new way, sometimes it will extend an existing one
Two join two (or more) ways, select them, then on the tools menu click on
combine ways. Note that it is a lot more picky about what ways can be
joined than it used to be. You can't join a way in a T or Y shape, for
example. Before, that wasn't a problem.
It won't even allow a P shape, although that can be described a single
string of nodes, so it must have some rule about only the first and last
node are allowed to be the same (because you can make an circle).
On 10/13/07, stevez at tpg.com.au <stevez at tpg.com.au> wrote:
> Probably not the best place to ask but I don't want to subscribe to
> other lists to get a simple answer.
> JOSM is begin meddled with quiet a bit lately which is understandable
> given the change to the new API, but it's causing me some grief.
> Does anyone know how to join two nodes now?
> Really, I cannot for the life of me work out how to create a way between
> two nodes!
> Yes, I know that it does this automatically as you lay down nodes now,
> but what if you have two nodes that are not yet connected by a way and
> you want to connect them?
> In a similar vein, how do you join ways now?
> I've tried the latest (13 October) build, and a few build before it.
> They all seem broken to me.
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