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Does Potlatch 2 have a inbuilt way of entering relation information. On the relations wiki it says it does but I cannot find anything anywhere else about how to do it. I need to enter a no left turn and a not right turn into a road that is not itself one-way. I think that I understand the format of how to do it but just cannot find where. An example might be useful!

asked 11 Feb '11, 21:08

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How to enter a No Left Turn restriction in Potlatch2.

  1. Start with two crossing ways with an intersecting node.
  2. Split each way at the intersecting node if it is not yet split.
  3. Select the intersecting node. Make sure to press Enter once you've selected it, so that Potlatch doesn't go into drawing mode.
  4. Click the 'Restrictions' tab in the tag panel, then 'Add new turn restriction'.
  5. Using the drop-down menus, select the type of restriction, and the 'from' and 'to' roads. For example, if the restriction is no left turn from High Street to Market Street, select 'no left turn', 'From: High Street', and 'To: Market Street'. You can click 'Show' to highlight each road.
  6. Save your edit to the OSM data base with a helpful changeset comment.
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answered 13 Feb '11, 21:35

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Richard Weait
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edited 14 Feb '11, 01:45

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Richard ♦

Oh, that's better.

(14 Feb '11, 01:47) Richard Weait

Thank you both. I'll have to find some restricted turns to practise on now!

(14 Feb '11, 09:03) gumpa

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