bgodette wrote:RT = County Route
bgodette wrote:jondrush wrote:bgodette wrote:RT = County Route
Don't like that one. Too many places where RT is written for Route.
But is that Route for State or County?
bgodette wrote:CR-## currently works with TTS and says County Road ##. However the community needs to come up with a shorthand for County Route, the obvious (CR) of course conflicts with County Road (CR).
GizmoGuy411 wrote:Around here we usually say just, "you ess xxx".
tibble wrote:I want to second the idea of have it be STATE-###. Here in PA it should be PA-100. This would be the most recognizable to users.
I think we should have TTS say it as pee aie 100 as well. no need for pennsylvania 100 or anything silly like that.
WeeeZer14 wrote:More or less exists here:
I started to put that info in a Google Spreadsheet and try to confirm some of it. But it isn't complete yet.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:What would be superb is a way to have non-name-related fields to set up shields.
krankyd wrote:* Shield generation: we'll check the automated process and add more items such as state rte xx or state rd xx. On the editor: we'll add a way to edit the shields and add them to a street.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:mapcat wrote:Am I too optimistic in interpreting the following as doing exactly that?krankyd wrote:* Shield generation: we'll check the automated process and add more items such as state rte xx or state rd xx. On the editor: we'll add a way to edit the shields and add them to a street.
From Follow up - US mega-wazers meetup, January 2012. If that's the case, the details you suggested certainly could be worked in.
I think are you. That, to me, sounds like the current state, but working on making sure the automated process catches changes to the shield without having to edit geometry to effect a tile rebuild to redo the shield graphic.
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