Timbones wrote:Timbones wrote:I've put in a minor tweak to only show cities that are actually being used on streets: Beta v1.5.6
Might give unexpected results if zoomed out. Please provide feedback...
Anyone tried this yet? Any cities appearing in the list that shouldn't, or vica versa? Hoping to push this to a public release soon...
Timbones wrote:- added Filter by City in Yellow
Timbones wrote:- always highlight newly paved roads
Timbones wrote:- Filter by Editor will affect Recent Edits
Timbones wrote:- user levels now match number of cones in Beta
Timbones wrote:AndyPoms wrote:Where do the city names come from? The city layer or the actual streets in the area?
It used to be only cities that appeared on streets, but I changed it to show all cities that Waze thinks are in the area. If there has been some renaming, then the old cities will stick around for a while. This is why I added the "= 0" counter to the side, so at least you can be sure that there are no segments in view.
Try version v1.1 if you want the old behaviour.
You've got it all right. SelfCon is effectively allowing routing to perform a u-turn, there's a connection (turn) from and to the same segment. RevCon is a connection into the wrong way of a one-way street, these were created all the time back when WME was called Papyrus, and can still be created by starting with a two-way segment and allowing turns into it, then changing it to one-way.iainhouse wrote:I think (and I'm definitely outside my comfort zone here ) that self-connectivity is what allows those unexpected u-turns you see during navigation. In other words you are driving up a segment and Waze tells you to come straight back down the segment at the next junction. I presume that the segment is "connected to itself" and will therefore route back at the end.
Reverse connectivity (purple highlight) I have only seen with one-way segments, where another segment joining the one-way segment at it's "outlet" shows a purple highlight on the one-way segment. I presume this means that, even though it's one way in one direction, Waze sees a valid routing going the other way.
Mind you it is nearly 3am here and I'm watching Sunday Night Football and doing some work stuff and I really should be sleeping! I'm sure someone who knows what they're talking about will come along and correct me.