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Hello All,

I have just started using StreetComplete app on my mobile phone to update OSM but I made the rookie error of having the map the wrong way round!

The end result is that I want to revert three changesets I have made:

  1. https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/133589209
  2. https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/133589205
  3. https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/133589221

I have never used a JOSM editor and don't really know what it is. Looking for some advice of the best/safest way to proceed.

Thanks for your understanding.

asked 12 Mar, 15:39

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I might be remembering wrong but I think StreetComplete can undo even after upload.

(12 Mar, 17:13) InsertUser

It looks like all of two buildings are in error. I would just fire up an editor of choice, perhaps the iD editor you can get to directly from the main OSM website, and just fix the issues without worrying about reverting the old edits.

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answered 12 Mar, 17:12

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Thanks for the pointing out the obvious n76 :) For some reason I thought it would not be possible to delete information. I have now rectified my mistake using the iD editor and, of course, it was very easy. I will be more careful next time :)

(12 Mar, 17:22) MikeyTheRunner
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