crazycomputingdotnet wrote:Perlin, when the foursquare portion of the app is developed please have it so it sends latitude and longitude to FS, or develop it so that the checkins count towards mayorships. It is just a minor thing, but it really does no good to have a gps app have fs integration if it doesn't use that to the full potential of the FS api. I have been having to either use an app called radii to do my checkins for my most frequent places, or had to switch to FS (even when you had that feature working before) because it didn't count for mayorships. Thanks for passing this on to them. It is only a minor issue and not a priority, it would just be nice to not have to switch between apps when there is a shiny FS button staring at me in Waze.
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Spil wrote:Okay, got a new one here. Maybe this is just unique to my installation of this beta, since I haven't seen it reported in the last 14 pages , but I'll mention it anyway:
- Under "Settings -> Map -> My car" -- the list of cars is only showing the icons on the left, no names. The only exception to this is the currently-selected car icon, which does show the name next to the checkmark. If I select another car icon, then that icon's name will appear when I go back into the list, and the previously-selected icon's name will be gone.
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FreeMan12 wrote:nzhook wrote:
- There doesnt seem to be a way to cancel the 'Are you heading to ...' directions, if I click the X it routes anyway, if I leave it alone it defaults to Ok, and the only other button is 'Routes'. Could we have a 'No' button?
This, very much! It's not quite so annoying to have to hit the little 'x', I guess I've started to get used to it already, since it's the only option on so many dialogues in the new betas, but a "No" or "Cancel" button would be much nicer.
Also, sometimes, it's so slow to come up with the "Are you heading to ..." that I've already started to select a different location to navigate to, and this pops up and overrides what I was already entering. It can take so long, that I can already be typing in an address to navigate to when it asks if I'm heading to Home, thus wiping out the portion of the address that I've already entered. I suppose the delay is fine, however, before that pops up, it needs to check to ensure that I'm not already in the destination selection dialogue system before it pops that up. Actually, it should probably ensure that I'm not actively "doing" something (i.e. any where in the menus) before it pops this up, and if I'm already into navigation, it shouldn't pop up at all.
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