numbtrip wrote:Timbones wrote:I've not heard of any other editors having problems editing in the UK. Here are some suggestions of things to try:
Hope that helps...
- Make sure you're on the right server: https://world.waze.com/editor/ /!\
- Don't use Internet Explorer - Firefox or Chrome are recommended
- Disable any addons, plugins, ad blockers, etc
- Check that the Roads layer is turned on
- If you're having problems selecting roads, turn of the Landmarks layer
- Clear out your browser cache
Did all that and like I said I tried several different browsers, PC's and networks.
I have been an IT tech for over 30 years so the obvious is the first thing I check.
I read that people said Chrome was better for it so I installed it and tried it, so it had no cache etc to worry about and it did exactly the same as Firefox (my preferred browser), it's frustrating because I really would like to contribute but the problem is making it more annoying than rewarding and strangly stressful.
The first couple of weeks I had no problems and I've made over 12,000 edits most of them were in the first few weeks but lately it's become a chore.
old rank 4 = 5 cones
fotrik wrote:OK, maybe I missed something but still don't see why it's a bug of the browser and not the editor.
jasonh300 wrote:It's also possible that this new behavior is unique Int'l editor then. We've had the new infrastructure in place for several months. iainhouse, are you also using Firefox, or something else?
davipt wrote:daknife wrote:Often the only solution for such a loop is to delete it as one piece, save your changes and then redraw. It's one reason such loops are such a big pain is that once created in the system, you can't edit them, you can only delete them.
There was already on this thread a second solution for that:
- create a new segment connected to that loop, with the exact same street and city
- click on both segments and bridge them
- now you can edit the loop
Is there any way to enable the predictable 'click & drag' scrolling? The default speed is way too sensitive for any useful work....
[EDIT] Never mind. I disabled all scripts, cleared cache and had another look. It looks like one or other script was fiddling or clashing with mouse-down events.
I see the default is still click & drag.
The behavior that I saw was that when I left-clicked, the window would start scrolling and the speed was dependent on how far the mouse was moved, pretty much like one of the joysticks you find standard on notebooks these days.
Glad to see this is not how I thought it was.
Now to update scripts & find the culprit, if it's still there....
ronnyromero wrote:how about a map editor native app for ipad...then we could add more stuff on the road
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