AlanOfTheBerg wrote:(Do the) The signs actually read "Gd Rapids" and "Gd River"? Either way, I don't see a good reason why we should abbreviate it. It's not like it takes up a lot of screen space to spell out Grand vs Gd and who knows if/when Waze will ever update the abbreviations list. It's better to have it read it out loud correctly than have the text match the sign 100%, IMO.
banished wrote:bmitch3020 wrote:Label: Geo Wash Pkwy
TTS: George Washington Parkway.
Any abbreviation other than the standard N, E, W, S, St, Rd, Ave, Dr., etc., needs to include a period. For example,
Label: Dr = TTS: Drive
Label: Dr. (note the period) = TTS: doctor
Label: Geo. Wash. Pkwy = TTS: George Washington Pkwy
Rationale: "Wash" is not wholly uncommon word in street names.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:bowieb2 wrote:Any update on NE being pronounced "Nebraska"? My office is currently on the corner of "Nebraska 17th Court" and "Nebraska 14th Avenue" according to Waze.
This is a cached street name. NE was fixed quite a while ago.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:As noted above by bgodette, clearing tts cache is done by navigating to cc@tts (case sensitive).
bowieb2 wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:As noted above by bgodette, clearing tts cache is done by navigating to cc@tts (case sensitive).
Ah! I must have missed that. That's an odd way of doing things. I would have expected a button in the configuration or something.
Hopefully that will have fixed it. I'll test it in the morning (navigation does not speak those road names on the way home).
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