Twister-UK wrote:Fredo-p wrote:I don't know if this URO did this, but, with the recent update, WME is now a lot lighter than before. Personally, I preferred the darker color of the editor.
Yes, that's an undocumented fix in URO - when you deselect the white background option it sets the colour back to the default WME colour, but until this release it was using the darker grey that WME originally used when the grey background was first introduced. It now uses the lighter grey to match the present WME colour scheme...
It'd be trivial to include an option to use the darker grey as well, or even to make the background colour user definable - I'll add it to the to do list for the next release.
bz2012 wrote:Twister-UK wrote:bz2012 wrote:The 'landmark' popup overlays the marker for a point place so closely that I am having difficulty selecting the place to move it.
Can the popups be offset far enough away so that they don't overlay the object triggering the popup?
Also, the popup giving information about restricted segments, showing on mouse-over, was very useful. That feature seems to have disappeared, recently.
Can you post a screengrab to show the point place overlay problem, as on my system the overlay is always offset sufficiently to allow the point to be easily selected for moving.
Not sure the image would help. The box covers over half of the URO or MR or place point marker.
99% of the time, when I manage to select and try to move, the whole screen scrolls.
I have a suggestion for the popup text boxes: it seems like it might be easy to calculate and to do:
Offset the box IN THE DIRECTION OF THE CENTER OF THE SCREEN by the size of the box plus a percentage large enough to make sure the box clears the device. If the device is in the exact center, you can offset to the lower right as currently done, but with more clearance.
To enable moving the mouse to the box (to select and copy text from it or to select options in the box) put a 1/2 second delay before the box closes when the mouse leaves the object.
This would remove the need to check for the text box running off the edge of the screen and offsetting back onto the screen, as I believe you currently need to do.The restricted segment popup functionality is still working for me on the world server - have you accidentally disabled segment popups in the Misc tab?
On the segment south of Chandler St things work properly.
On the candystriped segments north of Chandler St, nothing happens when I mouse-over.
I must admit that clicking on those segments also fails to show any restrictions on them, so this may be a 'new feature' in the database that is not currently recognized by URO plus.
Thanks for the info. I have even submitted some of those myself.
I have been running across such closures that have expired. I thought, at first, that they would 'automatically' be removed.
I posted follow up queries on the UR. No response.
I PM'd the submitter and was advised that there was no automatic closure, I should go ahead and close them. So I added the note 'closing expired closure flag' and marked them solved, but that does not effect the candystripe road segments. I thought it was a restriction that wasn't showing and blaimed URO+ but see I was wrong.
How should these candy stripes be removed?
Twister-UK wrote:james890526 wrote:Currently using URO+ v3.40, but I can't seem to get the "Undo last hide" & "Undo all hide" button working. Is it disabled by default (not available yet)
Those two buttons are only enabled when you've hidden a UR or MP marker by clicking on the "Hide for this session" link in the UR/MP popup.
Timbones wrote:Twister-UK wrote:How? With no scripts running, nothing appears in the native UI and Ctrl+A doesn't do anything when a roundabout segment is selected.
I was just quoting the release notes. Maybe it's only named roundabouts that can be selected, but this can be done in production anyway.
I'll post a suggestion to allow unnamed roundabouts to be selected too.
Olestas wrote:Do we now name roundabouts?