|Version 12 (modified by joshdoe, 16 months ago) (diff)|
This is the main view in JOSM, where editing takes place, and Landsat and other images are displayed.
The area displayed in the window can be moved by holding down the right mouse button, and dragging the mouse. On a Mac with a one-button mouse, simulate right-click by holding down Ctrl while clicking the button.
You can zoom using the scroll wheel and if you hold it down like it was a mouse button a popup menu will be shown that allows you to select objects that are on top of each other. You can Ctrl+Alt+Left Click to cycle through these objects without having to use the popup. If the latter doesn't work on Ubuntu systems, it's likely the key combination is catched before it is passed to JOSM. To fix this issue, start the gconf-editor (it's a GUI app but not present in Ubuntu's default menus) and go to Apps → Metacity → General. Change the setting "mouse_button_modifier" to something else.
- Help/Action/Move/Move - help on selecting, moving, and rotating objects in the map view
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