xtago wrote: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.
xtago wrote:Also you do know that if you move the end of a segment that has a junction the editor automatically removes the junction, you can only keep the junction if you move the junction itself.2
I've got a boring editing problem.
I noticed a map error while driving on a road, and I'd like to fix it.
When I enter into the editing screen, I verified that, even if the whole road area is available for editing (that's very close to my last drives), the system says I'm not enable to edit it...
I checked the tutorial, I should be able to do it...
any suggestion? is that my problem or some kind of bug?
I'm using Chrome 22.0.1229.94 m
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Hey, why is the 'c' silent in the middle of Connecticut?
invented wrote:davipt wrote:invented wrote: I have to scroll down now to hit the 'Select All Segments'
Ctrl-a or cmd-a is your friend.
For the scrolling and tab issues just use Firefox (or Safari) instead of chrome for a while
Firefox is a dog on my work laptop for some reason. It renders things weirdly.
For some reason also, my left hand isn't on the keyboard when needing to hit "Select All Segments". I will have to revise my editing strategy when I'm "in the zone".
Oh and whose idea was it to make Shift+A into Shift+Z ?!
calli84 wrote:stijnley wrote:Since the new update I'm experiencing some problems when I want to edit. When zoomed in, I select a street that I want to edit. Unfortunately the left editor area doesn't say "one segment selected" (including all editable information) like it should be. It keeps saying "hello stijnley, you are level 1 editor......."
When I zoom out and select the same street, I can edit a few minutes after zooming back in. But the problem keeps coming back when selecting a nearby street.
I have the same problem. So I have to zoom in and out serveral times and then I can select some streets.
numbtrip wrote:So annoying it's soured the editing, and its also much too fiddly to try and select a road that is almost horizontal on the map, I have to keep adjusting my mouse precision just to try and select 1 segment.
invented wrote:It wouldn't be an issue with a cable modem, it's just a dumb bridge. Maybe with something doing NAT like your router. Perhaps the user that reported success was using a combined modem/router thing.