DwarfLord wrote:Let me know if this comes across as more helpful and understanding.Alternative Incorrect Edits lead-in wrote:
... For those new to WME (Waze Map Editor) it describes ....
Beneath the WME's attractive and welcoming exterior, however, lies cutting-edge technology. The WME provides expert tools that behave differently depending on small and often invisible details. Under some conditions the WME behaves counterintuitively and trips up experts and beginners alike. *I kept stumbling over minute, as a unit of time, rather than as size
This situation guarantees that no editor will escape the WME unscathed. We all make mistakes, and lots of them. The trick is learning to recognize and learn from them. *not sure that this is good, but it needs something to close the thought.
DwarfLord wrote:While I can't speak for others, if the editing community told me that I could not edit effectively, even as a beginner, without extending Waze with third-party scripts, I would wonder if Waze must not be that good. What am I supposed to think, if it appears the editing community regards the base WME as inadequate? I would question the commitment of Waze to the editing community, and that would lead me to question how much commitment I wanted to put into Waze.
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