porubcan wrote:just type all digits you need, Waze client will put the decimal dot automatically as the format and value-range is defined for each country. (E.g. here we use 3 decimals, so the price is like 1,469 €. to report that price, it is enough to submit 1469.)
Artuuras wrote:Gas prices feature finally started in Lithuania today. First try - first disappointment. Client says:
Sorry, but the prices you entered don't seem to be valid.
petervdveen wrote:Try the inputs 1 by 1.
First 95, then 98, than diesel and then LPG.
Maybe you'll find the corrupt one then.
deeggo wrote:It seems it always goes better after a couple of days.
Artuuras wrote:I'm not sure, but my point is: why to wait? just try and try (and try) and you will take your success
porubcan wrote:I've just tried to check situation in Lithuania by faking GPS position for Waze client...
porubcan wrote:I've found I was able to enter price for this station: Neste Savanoriu 1 A24, degaline, Neste Lietuva
with price value 1.234. however I was not able to put in price 4.9 or so. based on this it seems that there is price range defined which controls validity of provided information...
it is also possible, that configuration of Gas Prices feature is not based on gas station location, but on user's profile (as I have seen different (slovak) gas types and the price I've entered was indicated as EUR)
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