gettingthere wrote:May need to use a single or double quote around the street name so that Waze understands that it's not an abbreviation that needs to be expanded.
banished wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:I know that NW, SW, NE, SE work fine as a prefix and are fully pronounced as you'd expect.
Yes, I meant to include those. But other than a very small set of abbreviations, such as those, it makes sense to put a period after words not contained in that set, e.g., "Dr." for doctor and "Dr" for drive; "Wash." for Washington, and "wash" (no period) for wash, as in Wash Ave.
CBenson wrote:I just discovered that "Pr." is on a few BGSs around here as an abrieviation for "Prince." The TTS says "pea are."
CBenson wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:I thought we decided long(er) ago that differentiation should be with the period or without. Positional should make no difference. St=street, St.=saint, Dr=drive, Dr.=Drive, etc. Why make it more complicated?
Did you mean Dr.=Doctor?
GizmoGuy411 wrote:The first batch of TTS abbreviation tests from yesterday's map updates have been tested.
This completed a third more of the 700 abbreviations to be tested.
GizmoGuy411 wrote:AndyPoms wrote:...does anyone know a way to keep some form of "N. Y." (NY, N.Y., etc) for the display and get it to read "New York" in the TTS?
Look at the abbreviation list linked in the lead post of this thread. I think it has been updated to include the abbreviation for New York that works.
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