|Version 1 (modified by ovruni, 3 years ago) (diff)|
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Allows the user to delete nodes and other objects.
The user can click on an object, which gets deleted if possible.
- If a node is not part of a way then the node gets deleted.
- If a node is part of a way then the node gets deleted.
- If the node was at the end of a way, the way gets shortened.
- If the node was in the middle of the way, the way is changed that it runs between the remaining nodes.
- If the user clicks on a way then the way and any associated nodes not used by anything else, get deleted.
When Alt is held when using this tool the way and its' associated unused nodes are deleted.
When Shift is held when using this tool, the segment you clicked is removed from the way, and the way split into two.
When Ctrl is pressed when releasing the button, the objects and all its references are deleted. The exact definition of all its references is:
- If a node is deleted, the node and all ways and areas the node is part of are deleted as well.
- If a way is deleted, only the way and no nodes are deleted.
- If an area is deleted, only the area gets deleted.
The following key shortcuts are defined:
- If the user did not press Ctrl and the object has any references, the user is informed and nothing is deleted.
Note: in some Linux desktop environment (e.g. KDE) the Alt-click event is captured to perform actions like dragging the window across the screen. To reclaim this combination to Josm you have to open the Control Center, click on Desktop, Window Behaviour, Actions and change the modifier key to something different than Alt.
Deleting objects being part of relations
Click Cancel if you don't want to remove the objects from these relations. In this case, JOSM doesn't delete the objects either, the operation is aborted. Click OK if you agree with removing the objects from the displayed relations.