I have a polygon layer which I want to edit its shape. To do so, I have to edit its nodes.
The problem is that some of this nodes are shared by more than a polygon, and when I move the nodes, the two polygons move together.
In some cases this would be great, because it helps keeping boundaries together, but in this case it is not what I want: I want to create a blank space in between.
I've tried some workarounds that worked, but are time-consuming and not elegant at all:
- Deleting common nodes and creating both polygons again.
- Adding rings near to the boundaries and then "play" with its nodes to create the space.
Is there an option to avoid the nodes being common to more than one polygon (something maybe like split nodes, or split polygons)?