AlanOfTheBerg wrote:The primary reason is because if you record a road and then save it in Cartouche, or you create a new segment in Cartouche from archive just from using Add Road, that segment never includes a node at either end. If it were necessary, Cartouche would put a node at both ends automatically.
OK, that sounds logical enough. So removing them won't cause map errors, or mess up house numbers?
My take on why Cartouche doesn't automatically put nodes on new segments is that you're typically going to connect (at least) one end of the segment to an existing node, and so you'd have to delete one of them in order to do that.
Back to original topic: node removal seems faster today.