sketch wrote:bz2012 wrote:This extension seems to be broken today, even if I disable all other extensions. Maybe WME made an update?
I even tried removing and reinstalling (and re-overriding Chrome's disable-not-chrome-store-stuff).
Still no angles showing.
Check the layers menu? Like the Live Users layer, the Junction Angles layer seems to get disabled in my WME a lot (via permalinks, I guess).
ottonomy wrote:bz2012 wrote:Hmmm. I do NOT see a 'Junction Angles' layer at all. The extension is in my extension list and checked to allow (had to override the "not from chrome web store" to do that but it is done).
This script has been available from the Chrome Store for quite a while now. Are you still using a really old version?
sketch wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:MGODLEW wrote:I have a feature request for this script. Where the color of the number in the script will change to reflect the prompt given based upon angle & road types. So lets say the numbers will turn Purple anytime a prompt would be "Turn Right/Left" or the number would turn Green for "Exit to Right/Left" for Freeway to Ramp & Blue for "Stay/keep to Right/Left" for Freeway to Freeway
You should be able to figure that out using livemap. Yes, you have to wait for it to go live, but the turn-by-turn in livemap is accurate to what the app will do.
Yeah, but the entire point is to be able to figure it out while you're editing it. It's already doable in your head with this script and a little knowledge (of road type interactions); this would just make it a little more transparent.
milkboy wrote:Maintaining the code in several places is a pain-in-the-***, but I'll check it out =)
voludu2 wrote:The JAI tab itself -- nothing happens when I click on it, if JAI was originally loaded from a URL that included a segment.
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