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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.6.7 Jul 201

Postby shawndoc » Mon Jul 22, 2013 1:57 am

I'm running 1.6.7 and for some reason I'm not getting any of the AM level functions, despite being a CM.
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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.7 Oct 2013

Postby shawndoc » Wed Nov 27, 2013 4:44 am

Timbones wrote:* Updated Chrome version (v1.7.4) so that it will work with non-English languages.


Where do I get 1.7.4? Latest version I'm seeing in the link from the first post is 1.7.1.
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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.6.2 Apr 201

Postby skbun » Tue Apr 02, 2013 9:43 pm

Some small bugs associated with landmark highlights:
I noticed that in 'highlight by city', that this works great for segments, but does not work for landmarks. (They highlight the current city regardless of the state of the 'invert' button.) Can this be changed/fixed? It'd be a really great way to quickly identify landmarks that are improperly addressed.

If a user disables 'Highlight landmarks' and 'Highlight by city' is enabled at that time, landmarks that are yellow remain yellow until a user mouses over them (or unchecks 'Highlight by city' and re-checks 'Highlight landmarks'.

Does the script attempt to read get.landmarks to grab any cities seen in landmarks, adding them to the list? In my area there's a lot of ridiculous entries like for <no state>, or <Mexico>, or whatever...that would help vet these out.

Thanks! Awesome update, Tim!
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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.6.2 Apr 201

Postby skbun » Wed Apr 17, 2013 2:41 am

CrackedLCD wrote:
ncc1701v wrote:FYI moving from Chrome Beta to Chrome brought me back functionality of Colour Highlights and JNF but not URL Overview. Still delving.


I'm pretty sure this has something to do with the bootstrapping functions that most of the Javascript scripts are using to initalize. My rationale for this is that I've done a side by side comparison of running highlights-1.6.3 in Chrome prod and beta, and what I find is that it shows the sources of the two as fundamentally different in the sources tab.

Prod:
Code: Select all
(function (unsafeWindow) {
---The entire contents of the highlighter script here---
})(window);


Beta:
Code: Select all
---The entire contents of the highlighter script here---


I think Chrome Beta and Canary somehow does not like the bootstrapper function, as written currently. I can also note that after loading WME (in a state where highlights-1.6.3 is not in the extensions tab at all), I can paste the entire contents of the script into the console, and it suddenly works fine -- until I reload or otherwise leave the page.
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Re: [Script] Highlights for Segments & Landmarks - v1.6 Feb

Postby sketch » Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:43 pm

Is routing still broken for segments ≤15 m long? If so, it'd be nice to have a highlight for segments equal to or less than 15 m in length.
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Re: [Script] Highlights for Segments & Landmarks - v1.6 Feb

Postby sketch » Mon Mar 04, 2013 3:08 pm

AlanOfTheBerg wrote:
sketch wrote:Is routing still broken for segments ≤15 m long? If so, it'd be nice to have a highlight for segments equal to or less than 15 m in length.

Is that different than the feature which disallows routing on short segments (10m) to prevent u-turns?

I suppose not. I didn't realize it was a "feature". I'm sure that's nice elsewhere, but in New Orleans, U turns are a necessary part of driving—we have a lot of Michigan lefts here, whether or not anyone actually calls them for what they are.
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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.6.2 Apr 201

Postby sketch » Thu Jun 20, 2013 6:59 pm

AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Since the "average" speed data shown in the editor has no relation to the time-of-day-based routing which Waze actually uses, I'm not convinced of the usefulness of the data.

That's previously shown in the editor. I haven't seen it in a month or so.
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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.6.2 Apr 201

Postby sketch » Thu Jun 20, 2013 7:15 pm

Sure, that's fair. My point is that if Waze doesn't think it's even worth showing in the editor anymore...
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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.6.7 Jul 201

Postby sketch » Fri Jul 19, 2013 1:19 pm

Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems like the script calls it a U turn when it's actually possible (i.e., self-con on a two-way segment) and "Self-connectivity" if it's impossible (i.e., self-con on a one-way segment).


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Re: [Script] Colour Highlights for Segments - v1.6.7 Jul 201

Postby sketch » Fri Jul 19, 2013 4:44 pm

iainhouse wrote:A selfcon is an allowed turn at the end of a segment back onto the same segment - and it doesn't matter whether or not the segment is one way.

A revconn is an allowed turn from one segment to a second one-way segment, where that turn violates the direction of the second segment.

Right, but that's not the distinction I was making. "Self-con" is only intrinsically a problem when it is on a one-way segment, since that's impossible. U-turns, which are a type of self-con (i.e., self-con on a two-way segment), are not intrinsically a problem, since they are possible, even if they are often not allowed.

A "true" self-con, or one-way self-con, is essentially the same problem as a rev-con, namely, that Waze has an allowed connection in a place where it is physically impossible due to one-way segments. A U turn, or two-way self-con, is essentially the same problem as an improperly-allowed turn restriction -- both are often set by people driving in ways they shouldn't, for example. It's still worth indicating U turns, since their arrows are not always visible, but it's still not as big a problem as true self-con, since there will be instances when it is properly allowed.

IIRC -- I can't check right now -- the color highlights script shows only true self-con as "self connectivity" (purple), and shows two-way self-con as "U turns" separately (teal).
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