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Example: a boundary overlapping a river.

asked 23 Jun '12, 05:22

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I'm guessing that you mean you do you select a way in Potlatch 2 when it shares the same nodes as some other layer. If that's the case, the answer is click on one of the nodes and then to press "/". That will alternatively select the ways that share that node.

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answered 23 Jun '12, 14:51

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Thank you, but it doesn´t works in my keyboard.

(26 Jun '12, 02:37) Valdir Rodri...

The Potlatch shortcuts page actually says "/ - cycle through overlapping ways (at selected node, or where the way was clicked) ( # - on german keyboards, * - on Scandinavian keyboards)". You might have to experiment a bit...

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Try turning off bing, so set background to none. This some time helps with shared, overlapping or close ways.

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