[Tagging] Route sorting

Johnparis okosm at johnfreed.com
Fri Aug 16 10:54:09 UTC 2019

Hoping this is on topic or close ...

1) People have mentioned that iD can now edit relations. How? I've searched
for tutorials or documentation, and simply tried to drag elements up or
down when opening the relation in iD's edit mode ... nothing. (I'm also
glad to hear that it no longer ignores the order of relation members,
sometimes breaking the relation's sorting, which is what got me started
with JOSM in the first place.)

2) Pet peeve for JOSM. People have mentioned that it sorts correctly (most
of the time anyhow) for junction=roundabout. But it fails with
junction=circular, which is the exact equivalent of junction=roundabout but
without the restriction that traffic in the circle has the right of way.
Seems it would be simple to fix?



On Fri, Aug 16, 2019 at 10:24 AM Peter Elderson <pelderson at gmail.com> wrote:

> Op vr 16 aug. 2019 om 01:16 schreef Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com>:
>> I can hear it now "Enter roundabout" .. done proceeding ... "Enter
>> Roundabout" (for the second section) ... what??? what roundabout I'm
>> already in the roundabout.. Exit on the second exit" .. but I've gone past
>> the second exit since I entered (not realising that the router is taking
>> about the second section of the roundabout)...
> Routers have to look ahead anyway to compute the entire route from A to B.
> Combining ways and sections of ways is done all the time, or else every
> section of every say would cause an announcement, which it doesn't so there
> you have it! Why would that be any different on a roundabout?
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