xtago wrote:The dead end roads I've done haven't needed a junction at the dead end and still worked with navigation, you will need the dead end as a 2 way street.
though, if you did want a Junction on the dead end, you would just lay a very small brand new road from or to the dead end side not connected to anything else.
which makes a new junction at the dead end then delete the new road segment and the junction will stay on the dead end side.
xteejx wrote:Best option here is to ignore those people that spout crap thinking they know what things are.
Trust those with proper signatures and/or post counts.
If you create a road from nowhere to the dead end, then delete the new road, it should result in a terminated end (junction node). The reason this is needed is for navigation as waze gets confused if it thinks it's facing towards the dead end, and will give the "proceed to highlighted route" thing. Have also seen it play with TTS (maybe another issue), and starts a route far from your location (again, maybe a local issue).
xtago wrote:wine4sure wrote:Dead ends need to be terminated in a node otherwise if you start a journey on them you get "proceed to highlighted route". Not sure what happens if you attempt to navigate to an unterminated dead end.
I don't see a problem with that myself, you have to go to the intersection anyway, I don't see what the point is of trying top start the navigation half way through the segment of a dead end road when you need top head towards the junction anyway.
dgtlrift wrote:Not sure if this is the right spot, but I believe I have found a bug with the map editor. -DG
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:davipt wrote:and the intl editor is down right now, can't even login
It's supposed to be isn't it?
mike-bronner wrote:davipt wrote:new WME keyboard shortcuts, "[None] Select entire street" WTH is a none?
It's the invisible button between ESC and F1
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:davipt wrote:new WME keyboard shortcuts, "[None] Select entire street" WTH is a none?
It means there is no shortcut assigned. (Or were you asking this jokingly?) What other word do you think would make more sense here and be less confusing?
The default is Ctrl+a, per the keyboard shortcuts list in the editor manual which I'm sure you've referenced already. You must have Ctrl+a assigned to something else?