I inserted all the rivers and streams of my home town, but when browsing around to the neighboring towns, I saw the following:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=46.956&lon=11.9469&zoom=13&layers=M

In this town (and some around it) all the rivers and streams are tagged layer=-1, source=AMT FÜR RAUMORDNUNG etc...

BUT

all the nodes on these streams are also tagged layer=-1, source=AMT... etc. I have manually removed these node taggings for one neighboring town (Mühlwald/Selva di Molini), but was thinking if there isn't a faster way of doing this, à la select all waterways that have nodes that are tagged layer=-1 and source=AMT FÜR RAUMORDNUNG... and then do some processing on these, preferrably with JOSM.

asked 23 Nov '10, 14:11

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You can search for the tags to select all the nodes. Any changes to the tags is for the whole selection. That means that if you delete a tag when all the nodes are selected the tag will be deleted on all selected nodes.

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answered 23 Nov '10, 14:25

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