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Re: WazeBar v0.0.14 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby Chris_CA » Mon Oct 08, 2012 3:46 am

Okay.
I started using it a few days ago and was turning it off and on checking it out so I must have had a brain fart...
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.15 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby Chris_CA » Mon Oct 08, 2012 12:18 am

.13 & .14 look the same (no menu or permalink).
Not positive it was there before though.
Also, no errors.
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.14 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby Chris_CA » Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:49 pm

WazeBar v0.0.14, Safari 6.01, Mac OSX 10.8.2.

With the extension enabled, I get nothing but the Wazebar and the map area.
No permalink at bottom and no Waze website links. Don't recall it this way with 0.0.13 yesterday.

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Re: WazeBar v0.0.41 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby bgodette » Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:32 pm

AlanOfTheBerg wrote:
skbun wrote:Is the source for this portion of the code available? I'd like to learn more about what property on a segment generates the shield.

If you're familiar with the console in the browser, it's pretty easy to find.

For a segment, get its ID and use wazeModel.streets.objects[wazeModel.segments.objects[<segmentid>].attributes.streetIDs[0]]. The properties are signText and signType.
Specifically that's for the first alternate street. For the streetname that shows on the map and that is used for shield display by the client, it's .attributes.primaryStreetID. The segment's .attributes.streetIDs is an ordinal array for the alternate streets for that segment and can be empty.
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.20 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby bgodette » Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:22 pm

mike-bronner wrote:Thanks bgodette, I'll keep an eye on it. Would this be something that you would like added to WazeBar? I was considering adding the GeoWipe bookmarklet, but need to do some more investigating, and obtain permission from the author, first.
JNF does a lot of stuff, and as Tim mentioned it's tightly coupled to the current beta editor, and disables itself if the editor version changes.

That said, feel free to include GeoWipe.

There's also a roundabout auto-typing bookmarklet, but I've made that part of JNF as well, so maybe detect JNF like Tim does and present a button for it.
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.20 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby bgodette » Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:02 pm

Since JNF is being talked about out in the open, I'll be releasing it to the public once WME is updated. Making it work with the current public version isn't a real high priority when it's going to change significantly with the next release.

Including some of the short bookmarklets, that are popping up over in the champs forum, as buttons might be handy however.
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.54 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby AlanOfTheBerg » Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:09 pm

I am going to unsticky this thread due to lack of development or contact from the author.
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.54 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby AlanOfTheBerg » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:20 am

I haven't heard from mike in a while.

For the highlighting, I selected to not include in WazeBar which allows the highlight options to appear as a tab like in chrome.
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.41 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby AlanOfTheBerg » Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:59 pm

bgodette wrote:Specifically that's for the first alternate street. For the streetname that shows on the map and that is used for shield display by the client, it's .attributes.primaryStreetID. The segment's .attributes.streetIDs is an ordinal array for the alternate streets for that segment and can be empty.

Aw, yeah. Sorry, skbun. I was digging too deep.
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Re: WazeBar v0.0.41 - Safari Extension for Waze Map Editor

Postby AlanOfTheBerg » Mon Mar 04, 2013 5:50 pm

skbun wrote:Is the source for this portion of the code available? I'd like to learn more about what property on a segment generates the shield.

If you're familiar with the console in the browser, it's pretty easy to find.

For a segment, get its ID and use wazeModel.streets.objects[wazeModel.segments.objects[<segmentid>].attributes.streetIDs[0]]. The properties are signText and signType.
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