crazycomputingdotnet wrote:This is more like a jolly editor...
mapcat wrote:gettingthere wrote:Sorry, I didn't notice 'Cartouche'. I wouldn't do anything with those. They are obsolete.
I disagree. Yes, almost all of them are at least 5 months old at this point, and some over 1,000 days old,...
mapcat wrote:jasonh300 wrote:zombie16 wrote:I'll do that also. Unfortunately I can't always get to the WME before another editor sees the UR and closes it 'needs more info'. Then the UR is gone and I can't remember what or where the problem was. Oh well.
When this happens, the link to the location, and any text you entered shows up in the email you receive.
But the routes don't.
harling wrote:foxitrot wrote:... on some roads I'm occasionally driving much slower than their average speed. In such cases the ETA is totally unusable and I'd appreciate an option in the client for specifying my personal preferred max speed.
If you're driving slower than prevailing traffic for some other reason, I don't see how any other nav is going to give you a better estimate.
bgodette wrote:I may be misunderstanding foxitrot's suggestion, but what I gather is he'd like to be able to set a Max Speed and have ETA take that into account if the route uses segments where the current/historical average is higher than that.
harling wrote:Waze's speed data is correlated to time of day * * I'm not sure if it also takes into account weekday vs. weekend, season, holidays etc.
Mike-1323 wrote:Froggypwns wrote:So, you ignored waze and took a different route, then complain when you aren't able to make a left?
Yeah, the UR should have been "failed to recalculate after I left the route"
iainhouse wrote:Description: ziar nad hronom
Reported in Central London, UK
WTF? Google reckons it's a town in Slovakia.
iainhouse wrote:Accompanied by about 100m of highlighted Waze route in a straight line about 400m from the report.
I don't feel at all guilty about putting "not identified" on this one.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Type: General error
Description: ur service sux. terrible, u have a long way to go.....
Solved or Not Identified?
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