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Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:41 pm
by iainhouse
And just as you post an update, I have an improvement suggestion. ;)

On my first run through my local area, I deleted a lot of photos, but there are still hundreds left. If I come back to check again in a week or two, I'll be searching through a lot of good photos to find a few bad ones.

Is it possible to implement some sort of date filter? So that I could show, say, all photos since 1st December.

I'm also mulling the possibility that I might want to compare the new ones to the existing ones. So maybe the filter could put a different border colour around the "filtered" photos?

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:58 pm
by iainhouse
I suspect the problem is that the default font size for the main body of WME wa changed a couple of releases ago. Although most elements of WME define their font-size explicitly, there are a few things that depend on the body font-size. This is currently 14px and I suspect it must once have been smaller than that. Reducing that size seems to fix several problems I've seen, including the scroll bars on PIE.

I've already incorporated a specific font-size setting for the side-panel to override this change - it will be part of the next release of WME FixUI. But I haven't changed the font-size right up at the body level, because it could have multiple effects in other places.

Setting a font size of 13px on the photoViewerMainDiv div seems to fix the problem.

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2020 1:19 am
by iainhouse
(Very minor) Bug Report. :)

The X icon to close the "edit geometry" window is AWOL. The parent div ID is pieViewEditGeom and the icon you're using is the Font Awesome fa-window-close. Replacing that with fa-close seems to work.

You could use class waze-icon-close, but you'll probably have to fiddle with the font size/weight.

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2020 6:56 pm
by iainhouse
JustinS83 wrote:
iainhouse wrote:(Very minor) Bug Report. :)

The X icon to close the "edit geometry" window is AWOL. The parent div ID is pieViewEditGeom and the icon you're using is the Font Awesome fa-window-close. Replacing that with fa-close seems to work.

You could use class waze-icon-close, but you'll probably have to fiddle with the font size/weight.

Works for me in production and beta :?

Strange, indeed! Still missing for me in Beta and Production - but not in anonymous mode (i.e. no scripts).

Digging even deeper, it looks like some other script I'm using may be loading a version of FontAwsome for itself. Apart from some FA CSS I can see in the native WME, my sources tab tells me I also have FA loaded from use.fontawesome.com. Within that source is some CSS that is killing the icon. If I disable that line, the icon appears.

So I guess it's not a problem with PIE. I guess some other script is loading a different version of FontAwesome. I've no idea how to find out which one, other than by spending time disabling scripts - but at least it's a minor problem! :lol:

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2020 11:09 pm
by iainhouse
JustinS83 wrote:Do you have this installed? If so, try disabling.

I do. I did. It worked. :lol:

Having disabled it, WME Pie is as nice as - well - pie. :) I checked the console and the use.fontawesome.com source has gone. I can also see, in the WMEBED script where it is loading the extra fonts.

So you may close my "report" as you see fit: WAD, WontFix, however you like. ;)

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:50 am
by ingdaniel94
The new notification window is very good. Excellent script. Congratulations

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 12:39 pm
by itzwolf
Delete button on pictures, thank you Justin!

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:39 pm
by itzwolf
So I have been running MoM's separate script for some time and it was working earlier today. I updated to the new PIE release, disabled the standalone script, and refreshed getting an error on the console. This is on Firefox and TamperMonkey.

PIE error:

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SyntaxError: JSON.parse: expected ':' after property name in object at line 1 column 78 of the JSON data
[Learn More]
vendor-667ad18bc0086df37c16.js:24:56631
de.parseJSON
https://editor-assets.waze.com/production/js/vendor-667ad18bc0086df37c16.js:24:56631
GoogleLinkEnhancer
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:3532:41
init
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:4485:15
bootstrap
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:4475:13
bootstrap/<
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:4477:37


I then switched back to the Google Link Enhancer script to troubleshoot and it also won't load now:

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SyntaxError: JSON.parse: expected ':' after property name in object at line 1 column 78 of the JSON data
[Learn More]
vendor-667ad18bc0086df37c16.js:24:56631
de.parseJSON
https://editor-assets.waze.com/production/js/vendor-667ad18bc0086df37c16.js:24:56631
GoogleLinkEnhancer
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:40:41
init
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:930:19
bootstrap
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:941:9
bootstrap/<
moz-extension://92e3fba6-b3ce-4ff2-b8f8-51a527939080/userscript.html:943:26
f</<
https://www.waze.com/en-US/editor/:2:477
ga/c[d]
https://www.waze.com/en-US/editor/:54:125

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:11 pm
by jalondon628
With the latest build, the keyboard shortcut Alt+R to quickly create an RPP causes the Places layer to disable. The RPP can still be created but the layer is turned off.

Apologies if this has been reported elsewhere.

Re: [Script] WME Place Interface Enhancements

PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 3:14 pm
by jcnina
[Edited] Sorry duplicated post, please read next