Wajo357 wrote:1) Most avenues in Brooklyn NY are letters, like Ave M . However, Waze reads Ave N, E, W, and S as the direction, not the letter. A few of us have tested that encapsulating the letters with either single or double quotes gets Waze to say the letter and not the direction. So what do you guys recommend? Single quotes? double quotes? All avenues? Just problematic avenues? Add alternate name with no quotes?
Wajo357 wrote:When waze says the "ayybee" it sounds like it is slurring the two letters together instead of saying simply "70 ayy bee". My question was if there was a way to write it such that voice TTS doesn't slur it.
orbitc wrote:Maybe, it's changed?
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.
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