[HOT] Task #817 - Guinea, Kankan East - A thecnic to Add Huts simply
tma at angrymonkey.com
Sat Dec 20 00:01:18 UTC 2014
Oh, I like that idea. Here's a combination of Pierre's, Andrew's and my
*1.* Shift-A for the Draw Nodes tool.
*2.* Draw a line the diameter of the building.
*3.* Shift-O to "Create Circle".
*4.* Add the appropriate tags however you like.
*5.* With the circle selected, hover over the center of a same-sized
building and hit Ctrl-D to duplicate.
*6.* If the new building is a different size, switch to the select tool by
hitting S, then hold down Ctrl-Alt and drag to resize. Then repeat #5.
Here's a gif for that method:
On Fri Dec 19 2014 at 1:12:23 PM Andrew Buck <andrew.r.buck at gmail.com>
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> If you copy paste a hut you can resize it by holding down Ctrl+alt
> while in select mode and then left-dragging the mouse (ctrl+shift will
> rotate the selection). This lets you quickly reuse the pasted
> building and then scale it to the appropriate size.
> Also, sometimes easier than copy pasting is to select a single hut and
> then press ctrl+d to duplicate it (like with paste it will appear
> centered on your mouse). This can work effectively when there are 2
> or 3 different sizes of huts, select the size class you want,
> duplicate as necessary, switch to the next size class, repeat, etc.
> - -AndrewBuck
> On 12/19/2014 12:44 PM, Tomas Apodaca wrote:
> > I've been tracing a lot of gers/yurts in Mongolia recently which
> > are also circular buildings. This is the method I use:
> > *1.* Shift-A for the Draw Nodes tool.
> > *2.* Draw a line the diameter of the ger.
> > *3.* Shift-O to "Create Circle".
> > *4.* Shift-R to "Copy tags from previous selection" (requires the
> > UTILSPLUGIN2 plug-in)
> > *5.* Shift-(arrow keys) to fine-tune the position.
> > This works better for me than copy-pasting, because the size of the
> > gers varies a lot. Here's what it looks like:
> > http://i.imgur.com/A6mZeQr.gifv
> > Here's more about UTILSPLUGIN2:
> > http://learnosm.org/en/editing/more-tools/#utilsplugin2
> > Tomas
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