AndyPoms wrote:With this type of automatic error, you need to check further down the route the user(s) did take as another turn (or series of turns) they took could be incorrect, or even segments with the wrong direction.shawndoc wrote:You only need to check the marked junction to make sure the turn restrictions are set properly. I'm finding the majority have some sort of mistake.
jwkilgore wrote:Also, I'm personally generating those errors every day. I keep my auto-routing on to check the voice prompts. Waze almost ALWAYS routes me down the interstate to get home. It *might* be quicker during rush hour (I doubt it), but generally I'd rather casually drive down surface streets (speed limit 35-45 with occasional red lights) than fight through aggressive bumper-to-bumper freeway traffic (actual speed 35-45). So 2-3 times every evening I ignore Waze's suggested route. Unless I'm leaving work late and rush-hour traffic is cleared out, and THEN I take the freeway.
Coming in to work, I have my work address as my main office address. But I park in a parking garage a few blocks away on a one-way street. I assumed Waze would eventually figure this out and learn my preferred route, but it's been 6 months now and I get re-routes 2-3 times every morning.
deadeyye wrote:Is Waze aware of following bugs in editor?
-not being able to edit segment which i have full right to edit, like editor don't see my permissions. After clicking some faraway segment and getting back, this sometimes fixes (and i can edit again), sometimes i have to reload editor, sometimes it keeps being broken and i can't edit for long time. The segment is not locked or edited by higher-level editor. This bug happens often, say 1 for every 20 times i edit sometimes.
-not being able to select country. After adding new segment country list is empty (it should be filled with "Poland"), not allowing to fill in address. This bug seems like waze don't download country list, and waiting doesn't help.
Both bugs happens randomly, sometimes zooming out and in helps, sometimes reloading editor helps, sometimes bug is there even after reloading. Looking in local Polish subforum, many other editors have encounter those bugs too. I'm using Chrome and edit Katowice area, but editors from different areas also had those bugs.
shawndoc wrote:Well, apparently this is their back-end solution:
I started scrolling further away from major developed areas, and this is what I got. This is going to take FOREVER to clear, and since they are UR's, its going to be tough to find actual User Requests mixed in with all the auto-URs.
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=0&lat ... FTTFTTTTFT
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:It sounds like the operation is mostly working as designed:
1. Segments incorrectly labeled with "Portolla Valley" were to be automatically updated to the correct city they are in, if that city could be identified
2. Segments were set to "no city" if the city could not be positively identified and a UR posted.
Only #2 was supposed to generate a UR, but perhaps, ALL of them generated a UR? That let's us verify them at least, to make sure the update process got it correct.
shawndoc wrote:skbun wrote:Does this mean some or most of the PV smudge is supposed to be gone? I've got some up in Trinity county and near Mendocino, still. Maybe the script is still running?
I spent an hour today manually cleaning up PV segments in the SoCal desert today. So no, they haven't gone anywhere.
shawndoc wrote:Just an update, I went back to two of them and turned the city layer on. It looks like there's either a smudge, or just the way Waze handles city borders, doesn't like the curvy twisty borders that sometimes crop up where multiple cities merge together.
I'll need to poke around later, as well as try to figure out what the official border lines are.
If anyone has a resource for finding the exact city borders in California cities, I'd appreciate it. (Real borders, not mailing address/zip code borders, which often don't match the actual city limits)
Update: Here's a city zoning map from one of the cities, to give you an idea of how messy things are in this area.