dbraughlr wrote:I have not encountered this bug. Enough people have that it deserves its own thread.
robindlc wrote:Hi all,
I did have a really estrange behavior today...
I'm in the office, with a company computer... I had occasionally entered the editor from here, but I didn't have the validator installed.
I received by e-mail a request (with permalink) to enable a turn... I followed the link, which automatically opened the WME and to my surprise loaded also the validator... Is that normal?
BellHouse wrote:berestovskyy wrote:1. No road continuation (for Primary Streets and up)
2. No right* turn (for any drivable road)
3. Geometry points are too close (for any drivable road)
1. and 3. seem ok for me.
I don't get the idea behind 2. You want to mark all right/left turns that are disabled (red arrow)? What's so special about a turn of around 90° angle?
dbraughlr wrote:CBenson wrote:To get the roundabout instruction to work correctly on this roundabout, I had to not have the segments connect at the same point.
I do not consider traffic circles (e.g., Washington Circle to be roundabouts. They are circular roads controlled by traffic lights. In a real roundabout, traffic does not stop and roads do not cross. However, I do somewhat see how instructions to enter and exit the circle could be useful.
CBenson wrote:lg1992 wrote:Now, as landmarks have been changed with places that have categories and sub-categories, I occasionally meet a place with a general category only. It would be nice to have the Validator to mark such places.
If done, I'd like this to be optional. The sub-categories are hardly comprehensive. Many of the places around me only have a general category as none of the sub-categories are appropriate.
ispyisail wrote:Hi all
I would like a custom check for for segments with "no name" and over "50 meters" long?
Is this possible?
and can anybody suggest how to do it?
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