GizmoGuy411 wrote:And for full disclosure, you can all blame me for the "NE" and "FM" oversights. I was over confident that they had been cross checked a long time ago against any conflicts.
mdavidsonjr wrote:Any thing new on this FM error. We are getting a lot of UR's around the Houston area of this.
GizmoGuy411 wrote:Single letters to be pronounced as letters when a capitalized letter is surrounded by double quotes was the suggestion made to Waze back in October 2012.
When I have not retested all the permutations, it looks like from those who have tested the letters, N, E, S, and W, that Waze has changed functionality so that upper or lower case letters surrounded by single or double quotes will now say the letter and not the cardinal direction.
I'll amend the list once I can test more permutations.
sketch wrote:Unless that state's DOT is particularly sadistic, there aren't going to be three roads with the same number at that intersection.
sketch wrote:Haha, well, of course business routes and spurs are often going to have the same number.
dbraughlr wrote:I would expect BI- to be pronounced bee eye without a TTS abbreviation translation.
My proposal is to add "BI-" to the TTS translation so that it is read how ever it is that we want it to be read, and to the shield translation to get a green shield.
dbraughlr wrote:davielde wrote:"Business" is understandable to the ear whether it is a loop or a spur. I know that "Business Interstate" encompasses both loops and spurs …
How about "BI-" → business eye to be generic for loops and spurs?
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