Hello everyone,

I am new around here, I cloned iD editor and i wanted to edit the interface remove some funcionalities that i dont need like editing lines , and knew how can i add new tags to the editor that would be send to my own database.

Thank you all for your help.

asked 26 Jul '16, 10:10

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edited 27 Jul '16, 21:37

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is your question about development/programming your own version of iD?

(26 Jul '16, 21:28) aseerel4c26 ♦

Yes aseerel4c26 it is.

(27 Jul '16, 08:43) FrancisCosta

okay, and.. what do you mean by "add new tags"? Do you mean new tag presets? Because iD has a custom tag entry feature also in the main version.

And what is your problem exactly? Can't you find the relevant program code files/location?

(27 Jul '16, 21:38) aseerel4c26 ♦

I mean for example add a tag using metadata where u can load a picture of a store product or simply put the prices of products ? Right now i am trying to find the code where i can remove the funcionalities that i dont need i am loking to the iD filed of javascript

(28 Jul '16, 11:47) FrancisCosta

I guess that iD/data/presets/README.md gives you all the info you need to change the iD tagging presets in your fork.

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answered 27 Jul '16, 23:07

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