AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Do quotes still result in being backslash-escaped to \' and \" ? I haven't tried recently.
image619 wrote:Is there any way to force the client to not translate a road name? In San Diego, we have a road names Upas St, and the client calls in Underpass St. (according to a problem report).
Here it is, in case you're interested:
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat ... ts=6989588
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:txemt wrote:I have confirmed, about 5 minutes ago, that Clle reads out as "call"
I thought we decided a while back to just spell out "Calle" as it's only a single character different.
[Please note that this lead post is edited periodically to reflect updated information, with any changes highlighted in the color of the date that follows:]
Post edit history:
2014-08-24 The Big List is now maintained entirely as a Google document and it no longer sourced from an Excel file.
2014-08-16 Every entry in the Big List has now finally been tested. A number of new entries also added.
2014-03-06 Column added to List to differentiate ROUTING TTS from DESTINATION TTS results.
2013-09-16 Minor rewrites of various paragraphs.
(earlier post edit history not maintained)
gettingthere wrote:... We'll need to add a bunch of Spanish abbreviations since there are loads of streets in many states where the street name is in Spanish. ...
Timbones wrote:Does TTS not say "saint" when St is at the beginning, and "street" when it is at the end? This is how I'd expect it to work...
leungjf wrote:Hello, all
I've come upon a peculiar problem in my area - St. Louis, MO.
I recently updated some of the entrance ramps to I-64 in the area to incorporate the control city per the Wiki. For example, "To I-64 E" became "To I-64 E St. Louis".
The changes finally went live with the last map update, and then I noticed the problem:
The abbreviation I used for "St. Louis" - "St." - is also the abbreviation for "Street" and the client's TTS is saying it as "I-64 East Street Louis". I haven't seen any postings with this problem (and please forgive me if there have been - still a bit new at this AM thing).
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