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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby Kayos_On_The_Road » Thu Jul 16, 2015 1:24 pm

redviper26 wrote:Thanks, looking into it.

I posted in another forum on this the other day, but is this possibly related to the size and number of geonodes that the rendering engine is having problems processing? If editors reduce the size of bodies of water and reduce the number of geonodes for each section, would this help resolve the issue?

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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby Chuby_CRC » Tue Jul 21, 2015 3:20 pm

Hi guys..

I don´t know if this is the right forum but here is an issue with the bodywaters in Costa Rica.

In this area, there is the same problem with the bodywater, because the ocean it is over the land

https://www.waze.com/es-419/editor/?env ... 213&zoom=4

This other place it is an island, and if you see the livemap ALL the CRC islands are conected to the continent and they seem like an extention of it

https://www.waze.com/es-419/editor/?env ... 51.3806084

Can I know what are Waze Staff doing with this issues that are a problem in all over the world???
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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby james890526 » Wed Jul 22, 2015 7:48 am

Yes, we would certainly appreciate some update feedback from the Waze team. URs have been flooding in as we're not supposed to "hack" the water bodies on land, but leaving us guessing and hoping for a fix is not good too. Please do at least keep us updated on the progress so that we can explain these to our community and that they will understand better.
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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby Robert04101 » Thu Jul 23, 2015 9:50 pm

james890526 wrote:URs have been flooding in as we're not supposed to "hack" the water bodies on land, but leaving us guessing and hoping for a fix is not good too.

Emphasis added. I see what you did there... :D
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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby FiatFrosty » Mon Jul 27, 2015 2:53 pm

james890526 wrote:Yes, we would certainly appreciate some update feedback from the Waze team. URs have been flooding in as we're not supposed to "hack" the water bodies on land, but leaving us guessing and hoping for a fix is not good too. Please do at least keep us updated on the progress so that we can explain these to our community and that they will understand better.


I totally agree, right now I keep telling people in Quebec City that the issue will be resolved "eventually", but my "eventually" is starting to turn into a joke after a few months with no update as to when it could ever be fixed. Problem is, most coastal cities have their most populous parts near the water, and thus reports keep getting in massively.
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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby james890526 » Mon Jul 27, 2015 5:48 pm

Robert04101 wrote:
james890526 wrote:URs have been flooding in as we're not supposed to "hack" the water bodies on land, but leaving us guessing and hoping for a fix is not good too.

Emphasis added. I see what you did there... :D


Water hasn't been receding. Hopefully we all don't get drown by those URs :lol:
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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby i_vanl » Tue Jul 28, 2015 1:10 am

New just in this morning...
https://www.waze.com/editor/?env=row&lo ... st=5084739

By the way, I was driving in that area also a few days ago and had a big problem finding "water" everywhere. Quite unnerving.
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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby i_vanl » Tue Jul 28, 2015 1:12 am

Another one. Perhaps the sea levels are rising...?? :)

https://www.waze.com/editor/?env=row&lo ... st=5084802
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Re: Bodies of water are now places!

Postby Olestas » Tue Jul 28, 2015 6:23 am

We are overflown with these problems...
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