SuperDave1426 wrote:enhket wrote:Tim,
A few people reported that whenever a segment got wrong speed data, it will fail to route properly. For example, here:
The segment goes from B-A, but no speed is saved for that direction. It is saved for A-B as you can see. Creating the segment again usually fixes the problem (sometimes we have to replace a few more segments).
In order to detect the zones with problems, is there any way you can add a color for this kind of issue?
I've seen things like that from time to time, too. But I'm wondering - what exactly can we do about it if we find one? Do we have the ability to adjust the average speed or reset it (without deleting the segment and recreating)?
davielde wrote:I just got on my main computer and saw the issue for Colour Highlights on every segment. Toolbox's FwdSpeed and RevSpeed were also 0 for every segment. Once the script writers get wind of the issue, a fix should be possible using averageSpeed. I currently cannot tell if that is useful for both directions though...because I'm a SQL developer
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:RodNav wrote:You think they should ask the users if they find it useful?
Because the routing server uses much smaller timeslices and doesn't use average speed at all (that we've been told), I haven't found average speed to be of much use.
fernandoanguita wrote:SuperDave1426 wrote:How is what you're talking about different from simply pressing shift-Z within WME to show restricted turns?
I was thinking the same.....
And with Shift-Z you can also see the actual turns not allowed on the editor.
Regards from Concepción, Chile,
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