I’m trying to edit a Bridleway - the problem is there’s two lines directly on top of each other.
•An Abandoned Railway Line
•The Bridleway (Named as Trans Pennine Trail)
I can select the Abandoned Railway line, but I can’t find a way to select the Bridleway that’s underneath it.
If there’s two lines on top of each other how do I selct/edit the one underneath?
middle mouse click in josm I think. That will cycle the selection.
Haven’t seen any shortcuts or mouse tricks yet.
The stupidest idea for iD:
- Select Line
- Delete all Relations
- Select a node of the line
- Type ‘D’ for disjoining nodes
- Move node on the top
→ You have 2 lines
- Fix overlaying lines
- Maybe separate lines by relations for easier selection next time
- Add previous relations again
First select any node on the line.
Next press Shift-E (Or Adjacent ways from the Selection menu).
Now you can select the desired object from the selected objects.
Or use the middle-mouse click suggested by kucai.