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Hi, I am using OSM to get cursor coordinates in Clipboard. Doing it quite often takes a lot of time.

Here is OSM Process:

  • Right Mouse Click On MAP to open Context Menu,
  • The option Show address is given,
  • Clicking it opens the Right Panel with Search Results,
  • Move the Cursor over the lat/long,
  • Click it using the Right Mouse button,
  • Context Menu opens,
  • Click Copy Link Address.

The link is finally in the Clipboard.

It would be great (and probably not too hard to implement) if Copy Link Address is available in the Context menu after the first Right Mouse Button Click.

asked 18 Jan '23, 11:07

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closed 18 Jan '23, 11:09

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Why don't you just click in the URL bar and copy that?

(18 Jan '23, 11:24) SomeoneElse ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Not a question." by SimonPoole 18 Jan '23, 11:09


This isn't a question, if you want to propose changes / enhancements to the website code, please open an issue here: https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website

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answered 18 Jan '23, 11:09

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