CBenson wrote:Oddly, when I route to a destination on "'E' St NW" my phone then has a sound file "ee street en double you Washington."
sketch wrote:it should be "Exit" rather than "Exits", if that's what the big green sign says
CBenson wrote:So I think I can confirm that "'E' St NW" is now pronounced "ee street northwest."* Unfortunately, I tested E St and I'm finding it really difficult to hear the difference between "ee" and "east." I'll try 'N' now.
orbitc wrote:Also, Colony Crossing is an actual street name, therefore, it should be Colony Crossing.
xteejx wrote:No shit Sherlock. I have been posting in this thread previously.
xteejx wrote:Enough with the stupid replies yeah?
Can someone proper confirm this dash behaviour please?
jasonh300 wrote:txemt wrote:taddison1 wrote:I had a couple of odd abbreviation behaviors today:
- In this street name: to Downtown / Cesar Chavez N, the "N" at the end was pronounced as the letter N instead of "North". Any idea what could cause that, seeing as the N is not in quotes?
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I've just gotten a report about this today where the "N" was reading as "en" and not "north." It is unknown if the other directional letters are doing the same thing or not.
There's a whole thread about this somewhere. It seems to be when roads have unconventional names. Such as US-11E N or Cesar Chavez N. If it was Cesar Chavez Dr N, it probably wouldn't do it.
For example: California would be abbreviated to C.A. not CA and Victoria to VIC.
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