Timbones wrote:(The callback to aboutToLoseChanges() is missing from window.onbeforeunload).
bz2012 wrote:Most of the automatic errors I have seen are crazy!
Most show WAZE routing people down single segments that terminate in a proper node.
For some strange reason, people tend to continue down the highway they were driving on, rather than turning down the dead end stub and WAZE complains about that!
I can't see any reason that WAZE tried to route them down the small side road, especially when it dead ends immediately.
ArlenBystander wrote:I spent a bit of time earlier today going through the automated route deviation errors in my editable area. Most of them were errors that had already been fixed (routing onto alleys that were probably set as Service Road instead of Parking Lot or incorrect 1-way/2-way roads). I did, however come across more than one that needed to be fixed so can see this being useful once the reports from old data are cleared.
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.
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