sketch wrote:I highly recommend utilizing the "R" keyboard shortcut. Two quick presses on a new segment will make it two-way.
Mike-1323 wrote:Unless you've just selected a road type in the dropdown box then pressing "r" will cycle you through all the road types that start with "r": "Ramp", "Runway/Taxiway", and "Railroad"
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Mike-1323 wrote:Unless you've just selected a road type in the dropdown box then pressing "r" will cycle you through all the road types that start with "r": "Ramp", "Runway/Taxiway", and "Railroad"
It will only do that if the focus is on the Type control. Proper road drawing order is 1) i, 2) click, click draw the road, shift+click to end, 3) select the segment, 4) rr to set to 2-way, 5) e to open edit details, 6) update details, 7) click Apply, 8) update turn restrictions, 9) save
Mike-1323 wrote:And that's what I said. If Type control is the target (type was just selected) then pressing r will cycle types. Maybe you have a set procedure that you follow every time you draw a new segment. I don't. So the shortcut of using r to change segment direction sometimes causes the type to change for me. I think that others should be aware of this behavior and that just telling somebody to press r to change direction has the potential to cause erroneous road types to be selected.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:So, with that info, the numbered steps I wrote work great. As soon as you select a segment, 'r' will change direction, including newly drawn roads.
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