AlanOfTheBerg wrote:And this is the method which has been in use for Waze for years, and documented in the Editing Manual page specific to, and all about, roundabouts. You'll quickly learn to adapt because, well, it just works that way.
I don't doubt. I understand that waze found a way that works. And I've tried it while skipping the RTFM method.
I reported this after trying a new road and came to the roundabout: first road, then roundabout and after this I've tried to connect a new section...
It is also a natural progression in terms of roadworks for many areas as they mature and roundabouts are a good way to get control of and improve safety of specific intersections. With the Waze method, the intersection can quickly and easily "grow up" from a junction to a roundabout with just a couple of clicks!
I agree totally. When converting from an old intersection this method is great and fast. I actually started with a converted intersection. And you know what I did? First tear appart the four sections and put a roundabout. And (as for now
obvious reasons) didn't worked. Then I tried to do a new one. Failed again.
After your response I also went to read the manual... and all showed up in a new light.
The bottomline is: Read the manual first!
(at least roughly)