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Difference between revisions of "How to move a road from one junction to another"

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* Select a road segment
 
* Select a road segment
 
* Hold down the Control key (Windows) or Command key (Macintosh) and select a junction
 
* Hold down the Control key (Windows) or Command key (Macintosh) and select a junction
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* From the Edit Panel, click on "Switch road between nodes"
 
* From the Edit Panel, click on "Switch road between nodes"
  
Notes: You must have driven near these junctions for this command to work, even if you are an Area Manager. The order of picking junctions does not seem to matter.
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Notes: It seems you must have driven near these junctions for this command to work, even if you are an Area Manager. The order of picking junctions does not seem to matter.

Latest revision as of 17:21, 17 February 2015

This information is obsolete and the active links to this page have been reviewed for disconnection or replacement. More current alternate information is likely available and should be followed rather than this information.
  • Select a road segment
  • Hold down the Control key (Windows) or Command key (Macintosh) and select a junction
  • Continue holding the Control or Command key down and then select a second junction
  • From the Edit Panel, click on "Switch road between nodes"

Notes: It seems you must have driven near these junctions for this command to work, even if you are an Area Manager. The order of picking junctions does not seem to matter.