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PL stands for position location.  
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===Position location===
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'''PL''' stands for position location.  
 
* The first parameter specifies the environment where row stands for rest of the world.
 
* The first parameter specifies the environment where row stands for rest of the world.
* Next attributes specify the geographic coordinates to the position of a point on the Earth's surface via the longtitude and latitude
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* Next attribute specify the geographic coordinates to the position of a point on the Earth's surface via the longtitude and latitude
 
* Third attribute is the zoom level
 
* Third attribute is the zoom level
 
* Fourth optional attribute are referring to selected segments.
 
* Fourth optional attribute are referring to selected segments.
 
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A PL is  an URL like this one referring to two streets in Maastricht:
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A '''PL''' is  an URL like this one referring to two streets in Maastricht:
 
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https://www.waze.com/nl/editor/?env=row&lon=5.69234&lat=50.84942&zoom=5&segments=58976438,59083453
 
https://www.waze.com/nl/editor/?env=row&lon=5.69234&lat=50.84942&zoom=5&segments=58976438,59083453
 
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===Creating a PL ===
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For locking / unlocking requests a '''PL''' should be supplied with all involved segments. From the [[Waze Map Editor|WME]] screen create a '''PL''' by adjusting the zoom level so all segments to select are visible. While using the Ctrl-key select all involved segments. Then create a '''PL''' by clicking the [[File:PL-symbol.jpg]] symbol bottom right corner of your screen. The '''PL''' is now created in as URL in you browser.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:49, 10 December 2017

Position location

PL stands for position location.

  • The first parameter specifies the environment where row stands for rest of the world.
  • Next attribute specify the geographic coordinates to the position of a point on the Earth's surface via the longtitude and latitude
  • Third attribute is the zoom level
  • Fourth optional attribute are referring to selected segments.


A PL is an URL like this one referring to two streets in Maastricht:

https://www.waze.com/nl/editor/?env=row&lon=5.69234&lat=50.84942&zoom=5&segments=58976438,59083453

Creating a PL

For locking / unlocking requests a PL should be supplied with all involved segments. From the WME screen create a PL by adjusting the zoom level so all segments to select are visible. While using the Ctrl-key select all involved segments. Then create a PL by clicking the PL-symbol.jpg symbol bottom right corner of your screen. The PL is now created in as URL in you browser.

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