CBenson wrote:This maybe moot if the bride discussion is deleted, but this does happen. All that is being said here is that you can get rid of the geometry node left behind by the bridge function by pressing the d key.
Okay, that's very unclear. But I see what you mean. That should be changed from "node" to "geometry node" for clarity.
Also, the heading "Merging Junctions" should be "Merging Segments" as you're creating one segment out of two. I guess you could also be creating one junction out of two, but it makes a lot more sense as "Merging Segments"
Remember, we need to make this as clear as possible to someone who doesn't know our terminology. Nodes and junctions is confusing because a junction really is a node, and Waze staff actually refers to junctions as "nodes".
There should be a brief definition of terms at the beginning of that section, defining the language we use..."segment", "junction" and "geometry node". I know this is elsewhere in the Wiki, but if a new editor comes to this first and hasn't read that part, then they're going to be confused. If we don't want to put the definitions there, a link to the definitions could be placed.
Isn't there some coding in the Wiki that allows a small popup window to be used for definitions? I could swear I"ve seen this on other non-Wikipedia Wikis. If there is such a thing, it would be greatly helpful throughout our Wiki.