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You can do this by selecting the drop down beside the trace tool in your Editor toolbar and selecting the right angle option as shown in the image below.


Go to Customize in your main menu, then Toolbars, then Customize in that list. Now go to commands and wait for the GUI to populate. Go down to Editor and find the whatever tool you are using on the right and hit Keyboard on the bottom. Now find the tool again in the Customize Keyboard GUI (now that you know the name) and assign a shortcut to it.


if the feature that need to be merged have a common attribute value (or if they all need to be merged), then you can use the dissolve tool (exists both in ArcGIS Data management -> Generalization -> Dissolve) and QGIS vector ->geoprocessing tools --> dissolve). In ArcGIS, there is an option to create (or not) multipart polygons. In QGIS you get multipart ...


You could use the arcpy.Geometry() object's .union() method: >>> g1, g2 = [f[0] for f in arcpy.da.SearchCursor("BufferedPoints","SHAPE@")] >>> g1 <Polygon object at 0x1929f830[0x1929f920]> >>> g2 <Polygon object at 0x1929f730[0x1929f440]> >>> g3 = g1.union(g2) >>> ...


Assuming you have a construction tool active (e.g. line tool), you can also press TAB to display the feature construction toolbar at the mouse location then select a shape constructor.


I would recommend using the "QuickMultiAttributeEdit" plugin available on the official plugin repository. Simply use the select tool to pick which features you want to edit, then click the plugin, and it comes up with a drop down menu of fields, and a box to enter the new value. This lets you edit a feature without ever needing to open the attribute table ...


Carlos, You may want to try changing the order of the attribute fields so your road name field is the first in the list. You can do this with the table manager, or in the processing toolbox under QGIS Vector Table editing you can use Refactor to change the order of the fields. The Refactor option will create a copy of the original data file, and open it as ...


I spend a lot of time working on fantasy maps, currently I am working on several large shapefiles/geodatabases which in combination cover the whole of northern Africa. I have had a lot of trouble running that much data in ArcGIS Pro, but ArcMap on the other hand, gives me no trouble at all working on such a large dataset. I would suggest working with ArcMap ...

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