Den_in_USA wrote:Autourdupc wrote:Den_in_USA wrote:Speaking about zoom levels, if I zoom in all the way (zoom level 1) then press the "-" icon six times (zoom level 7) no highways are displayed. In theory then, the zoom level should be limited to level 6, or continue to show the highways at the higher zoom levels.
I could need to zoom out to see another town then zoom in again !
I agree with you. I am just saying that if I zoom out so that I can see a town that is 50 miles away, I should be able to see the highway (or highways) that go there and the road conditions. I personally prefer the color coding over the bubble alerts.
CBenson wrote:CBenson wrote:I also notice that the interstate freeway is not displaying on the map here.
In further looking at the interstate issue, the road displays fine. The freeway is further west. But the shield displays to the east of the road at times.
Colonel667 wrote:Waze crashed at the splash screen for me on a new inofficial Android 4.2.1 ROM on my Nexus One. No idea if you're interested in this, since it's an inofficial ROM, but maybe there's something wrong with general 4.2.1 compatibility, who knows?
deeggo wrote:perlin wrote:It's totally legit to put here also suggestions and feature requests, in addition to bug reports.
It's not getting lost, as I'm following everything you wrote and take it under consideration.
Will waze.uservoice.com be taken down then?
Autourdupc wrote:In France, separator is not a comma... It is a space !
(in the picture, this means 1 integer and 3 decimals). It should be 1 928 and not 1,928.
CrackedLCD wrote:I believe I mentioned earlier that on my new Droid DNA that Waze has tiny unreadable fonts, but it also has some display issues. In portrait mode the speedometer is partially obscured by the alerts button:
In landscape mode, the problem is worse, with the speedometer and the zoom out button both obscured to some degree by the alerts button, and the "center map here" button almost completely hidden:
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