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Difference between revisions of "User:Voludu2/Segment length"

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(Too long: editors can alter properties of segments that are partially or mostly outside their area, no matter the length.)
(Too long: it is not even possible to save a segment > 99980.0 m in length)
 
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===Too long===
 
===Too long===
Waze bots will add junctions to reduce the length of any segment longer than 100km. In addition, there are several good reasons to keep segments shorter than 10km (though they should still not have [[unnecessary junctions]]):
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Segments longer than about 100km cannot be saved. In addition, there are several good reasons to keep segments shorter than 10km (though they should still not have [[unnecessary junctions]]):
  
 
* Long roadways or railroads with the city name present will cause a [[smudged city]] issue on the [[Map_Editor_Interface_and_Controls#Cities|city layer]].
 
* Long roadways or railroads with the city name present will cause a [[smudged city]] issue on the [[Map_Editor_Interface_and_Controls#Cities|city layer]].
* Long segments require more resources in the client and WME when rendering them on screen.
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* Long segments require more resources in the client and WME to render on screen.

Latest revision as of 11:56, 25 April 2016

Too long

Segments longer than about 100km cannot be saved. In addition, there are several good reasons to keep segments shorter than 10km (though they should still not have unnecessary junctions):

  • Long roadways or railroads with the city name present will cause a smudged city issue on the city layer.
  • Long segments require more resources in the client and WME to render on screen.