I've started using the Bridging function to "merge" road segments together that are too short/split up because of dodgy GPS signals.
I notice that many times (if not most of the time), when I take two single segments that are already connected, and of the same type, with the same name, with the same directionality... and then try to "bridge" them - I get an error message in red, which complains about not being able to connect the segments, which makes you think that the bridging operation fails.
But if you then go back and use the "connect segments" option on the segments (and remember, they were ALREADY connected...), they will then become bridged, into a single segment...
So it works - but not as advertised, and gives an error message in the process?
Why the error message, and why is it a two-step process? In all of these cases, I don't have to do anything to any of the segments, I just have to first hit the bridge command, then reselect the segments and hit the 'connect' command (and again, they're ALREADY connected...). So why can't this be made part of the programming so I don't have to make all of those extra mouse-clicks? (I'm doing a LOT of bridging!)