SuperDave1426 wrote:Fredo-p: Actually, all that did was just cause you to load the newer version, which he seems to have just put out. You can achieve the same effect by going to the extensions settings within Chrome and clicking on the "Update extensions now" button.
berestovskyy, thanks for the fast fix!
j4m35ch3w wrote:Hi berestovskyy,
Thanks for the fast fix!
On a side note, is there any chance you can allow street names (in the US) that start with "de", "de la", "del", "el" and "la" to not trigger the #170 rule? There are a number of streets in San Diego that start with those and they are 'correct'.
krikketdoug wrote:For what it's worth, I keep Toolbox turned off almost always because I've found (and had it confirmed on the forums) that it interacts badly with URO+ after a bit of time. If I need it for a specific function, I'll turn it on, and then shut it off again.
So the use of exensions may also play a part...
But still we have plenty of options for 'Non-drivable connected to drivable' check:
1. We can exclude dead-ends up to 300 m long.
2. Or we can enable check #115 just for some countries by request.
3. Or we can report just railroads connected to drivable roads.
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