CTGreybeard wrote:Got it! Apparently I had hit "a" at some point. Which dims the turn arrows. And I guess it's "sticky" because it persists across browser starts. Why turning off the script "fixed" it I have no idea but at least I've got the function back in Chrome.
paulkok_my wrote:If I'm not mistaken, you must have at least one turn arrow to be green in order for JNF to work.drive4fun2me wrote:I am running chrome and have crx version 0.0.7.7 but for some reason, I am unable to use it. I select a segment and press the "Q" on keyboard and nothing happens. Can someone please help.
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paulkok_my wrote:I came across some edits that no turn restrictions enabled for all directions and one of the segment does not have end node. When I click Q, JNF does not fix it. That's when I know JNF is telling me something is wrong with the turn restrictions.
drive4fun2me wrote:drive4fun2me wrote:I am running chrome and have crx version 0.0.7.7 but for some reason, I am unable to use it. I select a segment and press the "Q" on keyboard and nothing happens. Can someone please help.
Thanks for many quick responses.
It seems that i was able to get the crx to work finally but there are 2 outstanding issues/questions. I would very much appreciate help.
1. Ever since I got JNF activated, the top of the WME bar (where you have the save button) disappears. So I can only see the bottom of the save button, but not the count of changes
2. In many instances, when you press the Q button. the JNF makes some changes in the immediate area. However, if I press Q again, it makes additional changes moving outward. Sometimes a third Q press will result in even more changes. What is going on
What changes are made when Q is pressed once
What changes are made when Q is pressed again
lunarplexus wrote:So now that U-turns have been allowed on WME, can an option be added on JNF to NOT mess with activated u-turns when QWing?
lunarplexus wrote:Ah. I didn't know that. How so? And even if they aren't, since they are now allowed, why not proactively add this feature?
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