davipt wrote:What would it say on the 5th and next exits?
"A roundabout can be both normal and non-normal at the same time" (a cite from Wiki
). So, Waze just say "take Nth exit" for the exits which are not aligned straight/left/right like it does now?
davipt wrote:Besides on large roundabouts it's usually harder to keep track of left/right/straight than the exit number.
It is common in Poland to build a split roads intersection as a roundabout. And since it is perfectly clear what is straight/left/right, our editors prefer to map those roundabouts as a normal segments (to get left/right instructions at least).
davipt wrote:to avoid people moving the segments around and screwing the instructions again.
That's a good point. But we have plenty of ways to screw a roundabout now, so does it really matter to have another one
As I said, in your case, either stick to the split entries and let the exit-nth work, or hack the system, have 4 segments in the middle of the tracks and ensure the straight/left/right.
We stuck with simple road segments, but this is not right and I'd like to address it.
To override instructions we could tag attached to roundabout segments with "0", "1", "2" and "3", so driving from a segment tagged "0" to a segment tagged "2" you always get "straight" instruction (no matter position, X-Y axis and angle of those segments). Is it simple enough?