xtago wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:xtago wrote:Click on the street if you get no turn arrows then it probably isn't connected and needs to be checked
Please please please stop answering questions with an answer which isn't remotely related to the actual question. You keep pulling answers out of thin air, giving bad and incorrect answers to users, or just completely miss the actual point of the question. You have been warned many times.
If you select a segment and it is connected to a junction point then you'll see red or green arrows, if you don't get the arrows then the segment isn't connected to a junction point.
This is explained in the wme video on waze youtube channel.
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Timbones wrote:wroadd wrote:As I see there was a change in the WME, new fields are available for gas stations (and any other landmarks) for country (state) and city
So it seems. Does this mean that landmarks will become searchable items?
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Is anyone else seeing the console log "filling up," that is, scrolling and scrolling due to errors like:
The page at https://www.waze.com/editor/ displayed insecure content from http://marx.waze.com/socket.io/1/xhr-po ... 2390335765.
It has "calmed down" a bit now, but a few minutes ago, it was logging a new error every second.
davipt wrote:new WME keyboard shortcuts, "[None] Select entire street" WTH is a none?
davipt wrote: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
I hope it's not some windows key I haven't on my Mac
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:davipt wrote:.....
It would be quite heavy on the browser to draw all segments, including the direction arrows, and more importantly the road names and their position on the segment and the angle in vectorial mode. Not impossible though. It's still easier and cheaper to do it once on the server side.
The browser essentially does this now, though it doesn't actually produce the images for the visible road layer. But every road object is loaded from the server which allows us to manipulate that object. The browser is tracking it, panning it, zooming it, etc., with every movement of the map.
I would think we are closer to having the visible road layer rendered completely in the browser that we think. At least, I hope so!
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