jasonh300 wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:The filename must end in "user.js" for Chrome to accept it.
Right, and if you save another version of the file, Chrome download sees the extension as .js instead of .user.js and makes it .user(1).js.
I had this problem a while back and must've eventually deleted everything in the directory in frustration and it worked on the next try. Never realized until I did the same thing this morning what the problem was.
Timbones wrote:CBenson wrote:This would be fantastic - if it returned the same instructions as my phone. Alas, it does not.
Indeed that is a problem. I should have added the caveat that the instructions may not match those on the client.
I think the route data given to the Livemap is the same as the client (but I can't be certain), so any differences will be down to how the addon interprets those instructions vs. how the client interprets them.
levin wrote:I have just found out about this script - excellent work! very useful.
I have encountered two issues though:
1. On the israeli site (waze.co.il) when only one route option is given, the instructions panel is empty. It just doesn't display anything.
2. Clicking on an instruction moves the map to a random place. In the Israeli site, it is somewhere near the route, on the world site I got to mid-Pacific Ocean.
CBenson wrote:This would be fantastic - if it returned the same instructions as my phone. Alas, it does not.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Tim, after using the Close button, then doing another navigation, the side panel disappeared for me, sliding the whole map to the left.
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