What the above posters have said is correct. The only thing "bad" about junction angles near 45 degrees is that the automatic turn vs. exit/keep is unclear. If a voice prompt override ("TIO") is used, there is nothing "bad" about it.
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linguasaltitante wrote: ↑Sat Nov 20, 2021 10:22 am
Is there a possibility to not show the error, if a TTS is forced on the node of the segments with the "45º"!? See this example. Because I'm overriding the instruction, there will no longer be a problem!
Overwriting a problem with an announcement (TIO) does not solve the routing problem. So the problem persists and is not resolved.
There are also incorrect exits at roundabouts, which are generated by the WME (rarely), but cannot be seen with JAI alone.
Bad Jai fixes this problem as well.
I agree with Sketch, to the best of my knowledge there is no unresolved routing problem. The only issue is with the instruction and when the angle can't be increased or decreased (for whatever reason) then a TIO fixes that.
Also wondering about wether roundabouts should be marked or not however.