I used to be able to do this in Potlatch 1 but I can't work it out in version 2.

asked 27 Jun '11, 22:03

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It's alt-click (or probably something else if you're using a computer named after a fruit).

If your GPS is anything like mine, though, you may want to tidy up the resultant ways rather than adding traces as ways directly (if you haven't done it already before uploading it of course).

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answered 28 Jun '11, 00:53

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Same on a fruity computer.

Control-shift click if you have a computer with an acquisitive "window manager".

(28 Jun '11, 08:54) Richard ♦

try this and let us know if, and at what point you get stuck http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Potlatch_2

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answered 27 Jun '11, 22:27

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I now realise that you really wanted the short cut function, which I never use as I like to trim,tidy and compare trace to bing

(28 Jun '11, 07:24) andy mackey
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