Strange behavior after creating a node/way and undoing it
|Reported by:||Brian Schimmel||Owned by:||framm|
Insert a node into an existing way. Click anywhere else to add a new node, which will be connected by a new way. Then press Ctrl + Z to undo this. The new node and new way will be gone as expected, but from now on JOSM will be in the "do-strange-things-mode" and cannot return to a default mode.
When I do this on the shape of "Harz" (a major wood in the middle of germany) this error is 100% reproducable. I was not able to reproduce the error with any other shapes, but on the Harz, it happend about 10 times, each time I had to restart JOSM to continue working.
- If you now place additional nodes, they will not be connected
- You can not add nodes into any existing way. I am in the "A"-mode, but Clicking on a unselected way will now select the way and will not create a node
- Dragging nodes shows a selection box, which is not shown normally
- Dragging a zoom box in zoom mode does not behave normally, as all four corners are constantly moving across the screen as you drag the mouse.
- Maybe other errors
Deleting all layers and downloading new ones does not help. Switching modes does not help. Only restarting.
As it happens only on certain ways, this may be a very minor bug.