Drove through an intersection with a candy sitting at it. This is as described previously.
Logs were uploaded at this same minute, which was 2012-10-17 12:11AM.
PS. I would love a way to clear logs from the app, especially in debug mode, so that when there is no problems for a while, we can probably reduce how much data we upload, and the logs we do upload could be more relevant.
Was driving home and decided just bit before a turn to add a stop. While the app was calculating the route to include the stop, the turn was to happen for the original route. This resulted in the original route showing in purple, the ETA showing the route with the stop point, but not properly calculated as it was actually about 2min away, not 1min and 0miles. No pink line, and the purple route was now behind me and the app would not recalculate. and kept showing the last turn.
Dave2084 wrote:I still cannot sign into Twitter or Foursquare with a new installation.
Going back to v3.2.2 and then upgrading to the new beta now ...
Now I'm back on the beta after an upgrade, twitter is OK but foursquare will check in once then it no longer works without a reinstall of v3.2.2 and then an upgrade ... unless that is I restore a backed up copy of the "user" file from //Waze/Documents/
The night color scheme is noticeably better. Earlier (prior to upgrading to today's version), I was driving after dark and I ended up in a shopping mall parking lot with a landmark and PLot roads. The roads were nearly invisible against the background.
I just installed the latest beta and looked at the same area and it's much better.
I did notice that the menu is messed up again. In the last version, they put the "Switch Off" back where it belongs (I kept hitting the Share button in the previous version). Now, instead of showing the 9 icons on the screen, it only shows 6 and there's a scroll. The Switch Off button is visible, but I don't know why this had to be changed again.
I didn't have any problem with performance on this beta until today. Last night, I upgraded to iOS 6. This may have something to do with it.
Today, I noticed that the GPS response to movement was extremely slow or delayed. I could go a block or more before it noticed I changed direction. I don't know iOS 6 is just not handling the GPS signal well, or whether it's an issue between Waze and iOS 6.
Also, when I got home, I either forgot to shut down Waze and just put the phone to sleep, or I thought I shut it down and put it to sleep, but I noticed a little while later that the phone was hot in my pocket, so when I took it out and swiped the unlock bar, Waze immediately came up. I did the Switch Off and it shut down and then immediately came back up. On my second attempt, it shut down.