Feature request #1125
Add ability to undo last edits
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When you are digitizing a vector layer it would be very useful to have the ability to undo the last action(s) done.
I know you can exit editing mode without saving changes, but it you have been digitizing for a while and you make a mistake, you have to lose your work and start it again or to save the error and correct it later.
Yes please! Marco I don't know if you noticed that newer Qt 4.x versions introduced an undo framework (search assistant for 'Undo Framework' and you will find it) based on the command patternd. Perhaps this is of some use in this scenarion?
I opened the track to see how many "undo" tickets were open.
This feature is, definetly, one of the major needs in QGIS! I can say that this lack is one of the main resons many collegues are not considering QGIS for their daily work...
I want to reinforce the previous comments. I really like QGis, but cannot recommend it to others until an undo function is built in.
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from Open to Closed
Undo functionality added in 7fd5ba81 (SVN r10921) and 5752dc5b (SVN r10922), it will be get into qgis 1.2 release.
Credits go mainly to Richard Kostecky from qgis-mapper team.
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