Ramps should have nav-line pop-ups.
Ramps are arguably the most complicated thing we're asked to negotiate when we drive. Waze doesn't give us anything to show where ramp segments begin, either from the road or from another ramp (I still don't understand why we don't have turn arrow overlays on the map), so the least we could do is include a pop-up for each segment. Possibly to keep them short, initial exit segments could be parsed so that the pop-up only shows "Exit" and the exit number (i.e., the part before the colon).
In this case, it'd be real nice to see a popup that says at least "Exit 236B" on the upcoming ramp.
The upcoming turn should be given precedence.
The greatest benefit of the new nav-line (in the absence of turn arrow overlays) is that it points out where exactly the next road is. That road should, therefore, be given priority over the others.
In this case, there should really be a pop-up at S Miro. The indication that I'm on Calhoun is nice, but it should be secondary to upcoming navigational info.
Hey, I like this!
I like that the client now has a mechanism by which it can tell us when the road we're already on changes name without including a superfluous "keep straight" instruction. Nice touch.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:CBenson wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Do the highway shields appear correctly in the app for those segments?
No they do not.
I think that may be key. When a highway has a working shield for us or state, the purple on route street name uses that. You like it, not sure I do. I'd rather see it with US-50 and OR219 more than just a number.
This must be the case for interstates too, then...