AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Post your device/os info. Maybe post a screenshot. ios, for example always has your location at the bottom part of the screen.
iOS and Tapatalk have conspired to screw up this post.
Kuhlkatz wrote:With no GPS lock a circular 'target' marks the approximate position just below the centre of the screen.
When a lock is acquired, your position moves to the bottom of the screen, just above the two menu buttons in 3d mode.
Kuhlkatz wrote:This is true for 3d mode as stated. As Alan mentioned, the position for 2d mode is also correct, which is about 1/3 up the screen.
CBenson wrote:But in that screenshot waze is not locked to your current position. That is why the "crosshairs" button on the left of the screen is showing. The arrow should be moving up the map rather than the map moving around the arrow at the time that screenshot was taken.
CBenson wrote:Hmm, I'm using a Motorola phone with ICS as well and that's not how waze is behaving for me. I have "Display map controls on tap" under "Advanced" checked on. I'm operating heading up, not north up. Do you have "Display map controls on tap" off and are you operating north up. I might try these settings and see what happens.
Edit: just playing around inside, whenever I tap the crosshair icon to center the map on my location, the north up seems to turn off. Could this be another issue with the poor north up implementation?
Kuhlkatz wrote:Even though I never use the North-up display myself, I tried it just for this one.
Having your position centered on the display makes sense in this mode as that provides the most real estate in this mode as you could be facing or driving in any direction.
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