[Script] WME Wide-Angle Lens

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Re: [Script] WME Wide-Angle Lens

Postby YanisKyr » Mon Sep 30, 2019 8:32 am

It doesn't continue after a stall my end, and I've sometimes let it hang for many many hours.

And I'm running it on a browser with no other extensions. If there's anything I can do to help troubleshooting, let me know (wouldn't call myself savvy interpreting the console).
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Re: [Script] WME Wide-Angle Lens

Postby Horizon911 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:02 pm

Hi,
So far, I've tested WAL script with WAL Places plugin script in Czech Republic. And thanks for the great tool! :)

I've got a couple of observations, which -I hope- could be somehow tackled:
1. While scanning (relatively small) area I ended up with out of memory error. It's reported by browser but not sure, if it comes from the browser or from the script.
My area:
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GEOMETRYCOLLECTION(POLYGON((14.386881743316495 50.064439898570626,14.340876494293003 49.9541194572342,14.604548369293704 49.94064302923339,14.633730803375128 50.08338949459974,14.386881743316495 50.064439898570626)))

With smaller area this does not happen. If this is not a bug and it just derives from the amount of output data: It might help to have a possibility to have some filtering already in the search query. (e.g. filter places by type or with certain string in the name, or in certain country, etc.)
Update: I encoutered this issue only if the target for the output is a browser windows... with having CSV as an output, the issue hasn't occur so far.
2. UR-MP tracking script has got "Scan editable area" function. It would be nice to have it has well... Especially useful for lower-level editors.
3. Scanning with having unnecessary layers disabled seems to progress much faster. (e.g. satelitte imagery) Maybe scanning queries could be automatically optimized to save bandwidth and cpu.
4. During the scan the road segments become visible, even if I scan for Places and I disabled Roads layer before the scan. Is showing/loading of road segments expected/needed?
5. Note: If Places layer is disabled, the scanning (for Places) returns zero results. It's logical but the script could display an error or warning right in the beginning. :)
Otherwise... really great script. Thanks once again! :)
Last edited by Horizon911 on Sun Nov 10, 2019 10:44 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: [Script] WME Wide-Angle Lens

Postby Horizon911 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 10:41 am

One more thing... Sometimes, the scanning stalls. In my case thisi is usually because of (corporate-enforced) screen-lock. I can resume scanning by triggering the map load. (By slightly panning the map.)
It would be great if script coukd resume scanning automatically. :)
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Re: [Script] WME Wide-Angle Lens

Postby RafaCintron » Mon Nov 11, 2019 4:48 pm

I discovered that with color highlights running, WAL stalls. Once I disable color highlights, WAL works correctly.
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