davecorley at gmail.com
Sun Jun 7 00:09:49 UTC 2015
To make it easier, go to preferences, and look for tag presets. Activate
"one click features" or something named similar to that (sorry, afk so
can't give you step by step guide on this bit).
Once done, in the main josm screen, right click on the toolbar and edit it
to add the one click bridge option. From now on just split the road, select
the split piece and click the button and the tags for bridges that way.
I have imagery layers, addressing plugins, often used tags etc all on the
toolbar. Makes it much quicker rather than trying to remember tags or
search through menus
On 7 Jun 2015 00:15, "moltonel 3x Combo" <moltonel at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 07/06/2015, Caroline Lewis <carolinelewis at eircom.net> wrote:
> > not sure how to add bridges
> > correctly - i split at the two nodes that define the bridge , add bridge
> > and then should i also tag as layer = 1?
> Yes that's basicly it. The layer tag says which way is above the
> other. You can add layer=* to either way (or both) but a rule of thumb
> is to add it to the shortest way (usually the bridge).
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Bridge has some more info.
> The bridge and the underlying waterway/rail/etc shouldn't share a
> node, which can be annoying when maping townlands that follow both the
> bridge and the waterway. In those case, you should use an extra way
> just for the townland boundary. For example
> http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/273846258 or
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