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AlanOfTheBerg wrote:sued-18 wrote:I will say, whilst writing, that the new tilted hazard/traffic pins are an excellent upgrade, much easier to see what side of the road it's on.
I agree! The only remaining issue is posting a hazard for the "other side" of a divided highway/roadway. As of right now, I'm pretty sure that type of hazard will never alert anyone. The good news is the the pin tilt should give a visual indication even if no hazard alert appears.
sued-18 wrote:I will say, whilst writing, that the new tilted hazard/traffic pins are an excellent upgrade, much easier to see what side of the road it's on.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:sued-18 wrote:Hi AlanofhteBerg, this purple road name indicator in your photo is what I mean when I said 'large road name sign'
Ah, I see. Well, unfortunately, those signs are something which the majority of Wazers have wanted: a better way to see 1) the name of the road they are currently on, and 2) a better indicator of the next road they will be turning onto. The new name labels accomplish that. However, and this was brought up repeatedly in the beta testing, the manner in which these are displayed needs fixing. There are many examples of poor name placement in the beta testing threads. We hope that Waze will continue to refine this new feature.
sued-18 wrote:Hi AlanofhteBerg, this purple road name indicator in your photo is what I mean when I said 'large road name sign'
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:General display bug/issue
I have seen this happen at this location every day for years, but never bothered to report it because it is minor. However, I don't understand how it happens.
The road segment in question is here: https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=6&lat ... s=40457442
In the app, when driving along this road, the personal indicator (arrow) has never tracked on the road itself. Never. Ever.
Now, with the new purple route road name indicators, I see that they too are offset from the road location. There is a lack of GPS arrows on that segment despite the fact that I and several other Wazers drive this street every day.
How is this happening?
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