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User:Dave2084/Colour Schemes

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Day Schemes

Night Schemes


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Name By Details Screenshot Links
Map Editors Dave2084 NOTE: This colour scheme is only suitable for Waze v3.x and will not work on v4.x.

A modified daytime colour-scheme based on the Waze map editors colour-scheme:

  • Thinner roads
  • Railways and runways are shown.



Dave2084 Map Editors 1.png

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OS OpenData Dave2084

NOTE: This colour scheme is only suitable for Waze v3.x and will not work on v4.x.
A new daytime colour-scheme based on the Ordnance Survey colours used in their OpenData online maps:

  • This colour scheme is mainly intended for UK users (but works everywhere).
  • This is a bold, high contrast colour scheme.
  • It is designed to be accessible to colourblind (CVD) users.
  • Railways and runways are shown.



Dave2084 OS OpenData 1.png

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Classic Google Maps UK Dave2084 NOTE: This colour scheme is only suitable for Waze v3.x and will not work on v4.x.

A new daytime colour-scheme based on the maps colour scheme that Google stopped using in 2013.

  • This colour scheme is mainly intended for UK users (but works everywhere).
  • This is a flat, subtle colour scheme.
  • Railways and runways are shown.



Dave2084 Classic Google Maps UK 1.png

Download schema (Google Drive)

Theme page

Audi TT At Night Dave2084 NOTE: This colour scheme is only suitable for Waze v3.x and will not work on v4.x.

A new daytime colour-scheme based on the maps colour scheme that Google stopped using in 2013.

  • This colour scheme is mainly intended for UK users (but works everywhere).
  • This is a flat, subtle colour scheme.
  • Railways and runways are shown.



Dave2084 Classic Google Maps UK 1.png

Download schema (Google Drive)

Theme page