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- Map Editor - Level 4
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How is the work going folks? Anything ready for beta testing or not?
There's a (mostly) unwritten rule in Developer forums that the best way to ask about progress is to not
it is considered acceptable to post something like, "Really looking forward to this" or some such. Remember, this is all volunteer labor.
- US Waze Champs
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I've not got anything productive to show for it, but I'm working on it.
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Version 0.4.1 has been deployed for use with Tampermonkey and Greasemonkey here: https://greasyfork.org/scripts/5010-wme ... highlights
The conflict with WMECH has been resolved. FC Highlights now uses a new layer that you'll see in the WME Layer menu called "Functional Classification". It does not have its own street name labels at this time though, so it is necessary to leave the existing WME Roads layer on to view those. The storage issue with Firefox should be resolved now as well, so any changes to the different road type colors should save and reload.
I'm also toying with different event listeners without trying to resort to redrawing the segments automatically every X seconds. Probably the most noticeable area this will be seen is if you search and change map locations. If the highlights don't appear, just drag the map a bit or zoom in. This should change in a future version. Highlights should appear at the 500m zoom down to 2m as long as the layer is enabled.
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As I fight to convert areas from old mapping standard roads to FC mapping standards,
I was wondering how difficult it would be to 'recolor' the roads on the map so that
1) the colors 'match' the US FC maps colors for the equivalent types of WAZE map types.
objective: make the WAZE map, if properly configured, MATCH the FC map. That way, a quick glance at an area should show which segments need to be fixed.
2) optionally add 'grey scale density variations' to the 'white types' so that they are easy to distinguish from each other 'at a glance'.
Not sure if this would be best done as options in Color Highlights or a separate extension.
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