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I drew some forest areas using Potlatch - I used the "straighten way" tool for that. But sometimes I would like to follow another line e.g. a "coast line" or an existing "forest polygon".

Is there any way to do this with Potlatch 2?

asked 16 Sep '11, 14:35

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In potlach2 if you wish to use part of the same line again click on a couple of its nodes then press "f" for follow

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answered 16 Sep '11, 18:34

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