egnralnc wrote:sketch wrote:In other words, it seems more likely that something in there is telling it to say "north" after a given list of things (e.g., "St", "Blvd", any numbers) than it is that something in there is telling it not to say "north" after "Pkwy", "Expy", "Chavez", and "Turnpike".
So, if that's the case, how to we get this fixed for "Pkwy", "Expy", "Tpk", etc.? Add to the Google Docs table?
sketch wrote:Any reason you want to retest these specific ones?
sketch wrote:edit Tested it; "Thwy" is pronounced "thruway". Although I thought it already was.
sketch wrote:Interesting. Status page says the delay is due to an infrastructural upgrade.
CBenson wrote:I still get "Street Stephens Church Road" here without the period. (with Samantha)
sketch wrote:Interesting. Wonder if it's relevant that it's the last word in the string.
DwarfLord wrote:Can I suggest adding "Mt." (or Mt?) for "Mount" to the "usual suspects" list? Rarer than the others perhaps, but even in my neighborhood there is a "Mount Hermon Rd". We spell it out now and nobody's in a hurry to change that, but it would be nice to know if we could abbreviate if we wanted to.
Edit: In Washington there must be a "Mt St Helens Dr" or something like it somewhere
DwarfLord wrote:Does this mean "Mt St Helens Dr" would TTS as "Mountain Saint Helens Drive"? In that case street names beginning with "Mount" should probably continue to spell it out.AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Already, MT = "mountain" according to the big list.
DwarfLord wrote:I am curious about this topic but as I do not quite know where the "big list" is officially documented...
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