Way selection is described in the Introduction. Selected ways can be moved by dragging. You can also edit tags for selected ways.
Note: some of these actions will only be visible if they can actually be executed on the selected way. For example you can only split a way that has more than two way nodes.
Tapping the icon once will undo the last operation. A long press will display a list of the operations since the last save, if you have undone anything a corresponding "redo" action will be displayed. If the undo results in the current selected object being removed you will be returned to the main screen. Some operations consist of multiple simpler actions that will be listed as individual items.
Starts the property editor on the current selection.
Add address tags
Adds address tags with prediction. Only visible if way is tagged as building.
Reverse the direction of the way. If the way has direction dependent tags it will automatically change them to still have the same effect as before the direction change. oneway tags are not automatically reversed here the assumption is that the intent was to change the effect of the tag, the tag editor will be started automatically and you can change the tag manually if necessary. Direction dependent tags currently handled are:
- *:left, *:right, *:left:*, *:right:*, left and right
- *:backward, *:forward, *:backward:*, *:forward:*, backward and forward
- forward and backward roles in relations the selected way is a member of
Split the selected way. The nodes at the available locations for splitting will have a visible touch area. The "Split" action is only available if the way has more than two nodes. If the way is closed you will need to select two nodes.
Join the selected way with one that it shares a node with resulting in a single way. This option will only be available if the ways have compatible tags and relation memberships.
Append to the current selected way. Touch areas will be visible around nodes that can be used to extend the way, select "Done" or the same node twice to stop. The "Append" action is only available if the way in question is not closed.
Add turn restriction
Start creating a turn restriction with this way as "from" member. This action is only available if the way in question has a "highway" tag. Ways will be split automatically during the process.
For closed ways (polygons). Change angles that are near 90° or 180° to 90° or 180° respectively. The threshold over which angles are not changed can be set in the Advanced preferences.
Change angles that are near 90° or 180° to 90° or 180° respectively. The threshold over which angles are not changed can be set in the Advanced preferences.
Rotate the way around its centroid. The centroid position is marked with a cross.
Split in to polygons
Available for closed ways with at least four nodes. Will split the way in to two polygons, sharing the common nodes.
Remove node from way
This will remove a node from the selected way. If the node is untagged and not a member of any other way the node will be deleted, otherwise it will remain in the data.
Available if the way shares nodes with other ways. This function replaces all shared nodes with new copies of the original nodes, disconnecting the way from all of other ways.
As Unjoin with the difference that nodes that are shared with ways that have the same "top level" key will be replaced in those ways effectively maintaining the connections to similar ways.
Copy the way to the internal copy and paste buffer.
Move the way to the internal copy and paste buffer removing it from the data.
Set tags from the tag clipboard and start the property editor.
Remove the object from the data.
Start Multi-Select mode with the current selected element.
Create a relation and add this object as the first element. Further objects can be added until "Done" is selected, then the tag editor will be started on the new relation.
Show a screen with some detailed information on the selected object.
Zoom to selection
Pan and zoom the map to the currently selected object.
Share the position of the selected object with other apps on the device.
Show the user preference screens. The settings are split into two sets: the first screen contains the more commonly used preferences, the "Advanced preferences" contains the less used ones.
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