jasonh300 wrote:Kandralla wrote:even weirder they all show up with as being in Alabama when this is in Pittsburgh.
What's his rank? Sounds like he must be using the old editor if the state is coming up as Alabama.
jasonh300 wrote:Okay...near borders, I've seen the option. But only of the two bordering states. I don't see why shawndoc should ever see an option for Alabama where he's editing (California).
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:shawndoc wrote:Just had new roads I was drawing in default to Mexico for the country. This was in Northern Fresno, CA. A good 5 hour drive from Mexico.
Look for the possible other segments assigned to Mexico nearby. This will influence the country available in the drop-down. Mexico comes first alphabetically, and just like the state drop-down, the default is the first alphabetically.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Could you post a permalink where you saw this happen? I want to check it out.
jasonh300 wrote:Having done quite a bit of smudge hunting recently, I've found more oddball states and countries in California (specifically within 50 miles of L.A.) than anywhere else I've looked.
How are you finding the countries? Just clicking every segment until you find it? States are generally easier, since most of the tools highlight for state.jasonh300 wrote:Have you cleared out Portola Valley yet? I specifically ignored that one since it's such a huge project and I don't have much time to dedicate to it.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:You need to remove the alternate name for those 5 segments. Save, recreate.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Those look ok now.
But there are other problems around there such as:
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=4&lat ... s=61268451 has an alternate street which is not associated with any state.
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=4&lat ... s=62237741 has Alabama in the alt street
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