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How can I cut a road to build a roundabout? Thanks

asked 03 Mar '11, 18:19

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(03 Mar '11, 18:21) gnurk

This depends on your editor. In JOSM you select the node(s) where you want to cut and the way you want to cut and hit "p" (or select split way from the menu). Multiple selections you do holding "shift" or "ctrl". In Potlatch there is a button to do it (the one with the scissors) or you hit "x". Most of the functionality and some tutorials of these editors are described in the wiki:

A general introduction on available editors and links to pages with help on editing can be found here: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Editing

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answered 03 Mar '11, 18:30

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edited 03 Mar '11, 18:35

Thanks for the help. I work with JOSM is easier.

(03 Mar '11, 18:43) c1pr1an
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