aigarslv wrote:Some translations cannot be fixed due to language specifics. I already posted a topic in Localization forum, to pleed with Waze about making dynamic text sizes and bigger textboxes. Besides Android platform devices have very large and very tiny screens so dynamic sizes seems a good idea. For example I have Samsug Galaxy S, S3 and Tab 10.1 - almost everything looks great but then I get bad feedback from user with entry level phone and 2.55 inch screen, and there is noting I can do to help him.
ekngee wrote:Not sure if this issue has been brought up.
I stay in Singapore, and our usual hot season is long overdue (most likely due to climate change), and it's been raining almost every afternoon and evening. So when it rains, traffic will definitely build up.
I would try to avoid the major highways as much as possible, and I have been travelling the same route for the past 3 weeks. However, every time when Waze plots my route, it would always lead me tirelessly to the major highways, which is always plagued with heavy traffic jams and accidents.
I even checked the "avoid major highways" checkbox, and yet, it still decides to lead me into major highways!
So, this begs the question, does Waze really learn your most frequent routes?
aigarslv wrote:I think this is due to text length of a nickname or symbol count.
aigarslv wrote:However when I change it to PistaTT@octavia (sorry mate) I get same empty user as porubcan This is not due to special characters, this is due to length of nickname!
twist3r wrote:Or perhaps you can also add it to one of the map schemes. I'm always in the editor scheme and there I would really like to see those arrows.
petervdveen wrote:The client is crashing when saying 'your nearing the destination'.
It happend twice 10 minutes ago.
I've just send logs.
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