The local power poles have consecutive numbers marked on them. Is there anything that will let me select the line and the start and end nodes, and then automatically label them ref=1 to ref=x?

asked 06 Aug '10, 12:35

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Seems like this could be solved with some sort of shell script, though it would be cool if there was a JOSM plugin or something similar to handle this kind of case.

(07 Aug '10, 02:19) Paul Johnson
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You can suggest new feature to Josm making new ticket in http://josm.openstreetmap.de/newticket

(14 Aug '10, 17:08) kallam

No, not yet. It would most likely be solvable by someone writing a plugin for JOSM - it's quite an unusual feature, so it's unlikely to be widely supported.

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answered 10 Sep '10, 12:37

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perhaps you can use the address interpolation plugin in josm. try to interpolate as housenummbers and then rename the tag to ref

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answered 16 Sep '10, 07:03

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edited 16 Sep '10, 07:07

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You can create a skript for this using XMLTPROT.

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