Timbones wrote:CrackedLCD wrote:Is there a source for older versions of these scripts? I would like to go back to 1.6.0 and see if it works. That was the last known working version for me, I think.
If you dig around my script pages on Userscripts.org you should be able to download an older version to try.
Could be coincidence that something in Chrome changed at the same time... Anyone else using Chrome beta, either with problems or without?
iknietjij wrote:You can get them all at http://userscripts.org/scripts/versions/141050 - but they're not named with the version number in that list.
sketch wrote:qwaletee wrote:3) Could we get an option to have "no name highlighting" only apply to specific road types? It is typical for parking lot roads, private roads, and often ramps and service roads to not have a name, and the highlighting only makes it busy. Usually, I want it for regular roads -- streets, primary streets, minor highways, major highways, and freeways. Sometimes ramps and service roads.
Private roads do often have names, though.
I do think it'd be a good idea to exclude the "no name" highlight from parking lot roads, and perhaps also to include a highlight for named parking lot roads.
The ramp highlight is useful for determining whether some ramp segments are perhaps unnecessarily named. I could see it being desirable to be able to turn the no-name highlight off for ramp segments temporarily, but having it off for ramps and on for at-grade connectors (not something you can program around) seems like it'd be an inconsistent experience.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:tonestertm wrote:This one might need to toggle with all of the regularly scheduled features, but how about a Speed Layer?
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.
This is weird. I have done a few u-turn length at 10m and it works.top_gun_de wrote:We just had two cases with no turn at 13m, so 15 seems safe to warrant a u-turn.
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Timbones wrote:Olestas wrote:Hmm, can ign_editors be banned?
These editors are actually employed by Waze, so no.
Also, if a Place Update is approved with no other changes, then it will have the *submitter* as the last editor, _not_ the reviewer. Which means there are many more place updates being approved by IGN editors than you think...
Timbones wrote:I've missed something somewhere - 1) how can there be house numbers that weren't put in by an editor, and 2) why should "nudging" them be necessary?
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