Polygons cannot be split by selecting a non-end node
|Reported by:||seav||Owned by:||cbro@…|
An area way (polygon) could not be split by just selecting a node that is not the common endpoint as the split point. In this scenario, what is expected is that there would be two ways each having the same end nodes: the original common end node and the new end node that was selected. Instead what seems to happen is that the selected node becomes the new end node of the polygon and that there is a new node on top of the selected node.