jasonh300 wrote:BTW Alan, what was on that site in the obviously outdated aerial image? A trailer park? It looks so neat and new, but I saw the aerials on other websites that show it all cleared and filled with dirt.
jasonh300 wrote:..you see that "pile" of GPS arrows on SW 139th St? I wonder if that's the residence of a Wazer, who left Waze turned on and maybe mowed his lawn or walked around his house and left a GPS trail.
RickW-NC wrote:Having the userid in there would be nice too but that is probably a big privacy concern.
foxitrot wrote:But the waze's tweet makes it clear, I hope at least to understand it this way - they will check and fix the GPS layer after releasing the next Papyrus.
CBenson wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Not sure what the "waze's tweet" you are referring to
I'm assuming the tweet linked to in Timbones post.
foxitrot wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:... the next Papyrus release and GPS layer fix will likely be the same thing.
Need to fix Papyrus' GPS layer for this? Cartouche's does not show any recent GPS traces as well. This whole thread was about no recent GPS traces appearing anymore - I doubt any bug in both editing apps would cause this...
CBenson wrote:Do you guys have any idea when this will be now?
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