In this area https://www.waze.com/editor/?env=usa&lo ... 386&zoom=5
I keep seeing this:
The same pop up, no matter where I place my cursor in attempting to select individual places.
In fact, the box pops up whenever I stop moving my cursor for the timeout setting, where ever the cursor is currently located.
When I reloaded the window, it worked normally.
The rural life museum 'place' is the area in the upper right corner of the image.
In similar cases, the 'persistent place' is often not showing up on screen at all.
In the same area now, the 'persistent place' is saying 'unnamed landmark sea/lake/pool'
That is after I fixed one place and went away for a few minutes, with wme just sitting there.
However, now IF my cursor is over a place, THAT place pops up in the window, it is only if my cursor is sitting away from any place that the 'unnamed landmark' pops up.
This may or may not be related to a 'memory leak' that seems to be occurring. I will occasionally notice that CHROME has one or more processes that are persistently demanding > 20% CPU time.
When this happens, WME is glacially slow. Killing the WME tab(s) and reopening them 'fixes' the high cpu usage.
Interesting.... I was moving the cursor around at random and letting it sit until the 'unnamed landmark' box popped up, found that it would do it even if the cursor was off of the map! Even did it when the cursor was on the folder tabs!
Suddenly, without any reason I can pin down, it STOPPED the strange pop ups and went back to 'normal'. No idea how long it will behave 'nicely'. I said normal, however, the pop up does not close on its own as long as the cursor is over the box. I though it was supposed to close after the timeout setting.
Chrome on Win7 with all updates for both.
The pop up had nothing to do with the PUR I was saving.