jasonh300 wrote:skbun wrote:The offending 'city' is 'M, Ohio'. If you scroll around the borders, especially with the help of the WME highlighting tool if you are an AM, you'll be able to identify and reassign those segments.
This update got rid of the cities of G and B, Misisssippi in the suburbs of Gulfport and Biloxi. I suspect we've all done this...probably more with city names that begin with letters that can be touch-typed with the left hand. I've never had it happen with more than one typed letter. (For New Orleans, I type "ew" and hit enter, Metairie, "et", Kenner "er", etc.")
We now have a multi-hundred, if not thousand square mile area of TN that is shown as "M, TN". This was created by (as best as I can tell) THREE segments. One in Murfreesboro, one in Mount Juliet, and one in Martin. This polygon covers the ENTIRE city of Nashville as well as many of of it major suburbs.
Great. Just great.
I got the segments in Murfreesboro and Mount Juliet fixed, but Martin in outside of my AM range. Can a CM fix this segment in Martin? Thanks in advance.
Maybe another update, Waze? Pretty please?