vickimachado wrote:olestas wrote:But do turn restrictions actually work in routing?
They've worked in beta testing, according to multiple reports. Very useful in our area -- so far!
CBenson wrote:vickimachado wrote:What about permanent restrictions? If "every week" is selected, those restrictions work, right?
They seem to be working for me.
Thortok2000 wrote:- It did not give a 'push notification' for me.
Nikiburton wrote:In my city (in spain) there are some streets where cars cannot drive except electrical cars.
It is going to be included in the restrictions this vehicles?
Thortok2000 wrote:- Oh, and one more thing. I'm like, somewhat OCD about marking problems 'solved' or 'not identified' as quickly as possible. I like checking the map, sometimes several times a day, to clear the place of those little !'s. This whole waiting 7 days for a person to reply thing is killing me. Is there any way that we can mark something as solved or not identified, then if the user who reported it wants to they can reply and reopen it?
edsonajj wrote:trooster10 wrote:1. "env=usa" is required at the end of the editor URL in order to access the restrictions and conversations panels.
Maybe for users in the US and Canada, not true for the rest of the world.
Thortok2000 wrote:As for communication, do we want to go with a 3-warning system?
jasonh300 wrote:How do we handle users with driven area permissions that allow them to start conversations in URs but have no ability to edit anything on major roads in the area because their level is too low, and therefore no hope of being able to solve anything?