Android beta 3.5.1.905/9 feedback thread

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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Fri Jan 04, 2013 7:37 am

Autourdupc wrote:We need that Waze respects the radius setting. The "On route only" should be one more setting added with a checkbox, not a choice.

For example, I need to get reports in a radius of 5 km, only on my route.
Actually, I have to make a choice between a radius OR only on my route.

Additionally, the Radius value should be used while the client is not displaying any route. Otherwise the client would have to choose itself between "no events" (because no route is available) or "all events" (because Waze might think "no events" is not the right choice).
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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:31 pm

While desperately trying to create a route with an arbitrary stop point on a road, I've managed to be navigated without the ETA box being displayed.
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Re: Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:41 am

Autourdupc wrote:
petervdveen wrote:The ETA is 7:43.f
Or do you mean the text 'ETA'?
I think it's clear enough.

Oups !
Bec. text "ETA" is not here, I tought it was the time...
I think ETA text should come back !

Would be a pure wasting of space. All possible info is being displayed there, but ETA is just one of them. Additionally the word has no meaning in non-English languages. It would either have to be translated, or you again have to learn its meaning.
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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:37 am

@fotrik: These were exactly my points. (Besides this, I agree that ETA is an elegant shortcut.)
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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:39 pm

Today I've once got a request to follow the route for more than 900 000 km. Crash afterwards.

On the subsequent run, after reaching the via point (but not yet the destination!), the client told me at least 15 times that I've reached the destination, until I've stopped the navigation.
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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:17 pm

Suik wrote:
foxitrot wrote:Today I've once got a request to follow the route for more than 900 000 km. Crash afterwards.

900k km?? That's distance from Sun to Mars :shock: :shock:

This number/sentence was placed at the top of screen. On the bottom of screen there were even larger numbers (possibly from the ETA box?) but I've not got enough time to read and understand them, as they were severly overflowing the map.
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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Tue Jan 08, 2013 10:09 am

After an installation, the widged had "no clue" :) But initiating a refresh with disabled network connections has set it to an unstoppable "updating" state for hours.
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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:14 am

Autourdupc wrote:When we thank a report, countdown counter still continue to count down and pop-up close only when it reach 0.
This is very annoying. Pop-up should close immediately when we thank !

What if we want to add a comment? Finding the pop-up again might be impossible, when there are plenty of reports.

Autourdupc wrote:When you are in a location where there are plenty of reports, automatic zoom in do the following :
1) It change the zoom level
2) It center your screen where the report is

2) If a client is capable displaying at least a bit of the map below the pop-up (i.e. the screen is large enough), the panned map with report pin should not be placed "just below" (actually, usually under) the pop-up, but centered in the non-obscured map area. (This is possibly not necessary on large tablet displays, if the opened pop-up does not obscure an already displayed pin.)
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Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905/9 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Sat Jan 12, 2013 9:55 am

I've indeed had the persistent pop-up issues with both 905 and 906.

As of 909, the closure of pop-ups upon clicking anywhere except their buttons is so far very convenient. Unless this bug appears...

The event pop-ups are "crippled" in the landscape mode even more than before. Unnecessarily, while the client has enough vertical space available:

905/6:
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909:
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Re: Re: Android beta 3.5.1.905/9 feedback thread

Postby foxitrot » Sat Jan 12, 2013 3:44 pm

deeggo wrote:I cannot reproduce Foxitrot's screens in landscape on my device.


Interestingly, neither can I :-?

Two crashes. One shortly after downloading local language files, another after one start and immediate automatic pop-up of a report.
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