In the iD editor, how can I add a node on an existing line, to make it curve smoother along its real trace?

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Thanks for the quick and accurate answer. And while doing it, I found another possibility:

If you zoom enough, a tentative new point appears in the middle of a segment.

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exactly – in fact you just need to drag those points in the middle to the desired position and you have your new more reality-near point.

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If you select the way ("line") that you want to work on, just doubleclick at the position that you want to add the node.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7oiuq3KqmE

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answered 01 Dec '13, 10:40

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note: the video is about Potlatch 2 but the question is about iD?!

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