CBenson wrote:I also notice that the interstate freeway is not displaying on the map here.
Autourdupc wrote:Den_in_USA wrote:Before I start my drive to work, I press "Reports", "Traffic Jams' then "Later". This puts the traffic icon on my screen for later use. This is helpful, however, I would like to be able to have a permanant "Heavy Traffic", "Car on Side of Road" and "Police" on my screen. Further, if I press one of the icons, it should send the report without having to press "Send". This way all three icons would stay on my screen for my whole trip.
And I say it would be great if we could select ourselves which icons we want on the map (a selection of 3 or 4 shortlinks among all possibles).
Den_in_USA wrote:CBenson wrote:I'm confused. If you press "Reports", "Traffic Jams" and then "Later" while in your driveway, when you ultimately complete the report, doesn't the pin for the jam show in your driveway?
No, when you press "Later" it just puts a shortcut for traffic reports on your screen. When you press that shortcut icon, it first stores your present location and the time, then you select "Heavy Traffic, then finally you press "Send". I just want to do the whole sequence for "Heavy Traffic" without even needing to press "Send".
perlin wrote:CBenson wrote:I continue to have the problem that whenever I add a stop, waze tells me to proceed to highlighted route even though I am on the highlighted route.
Please send logs and mention the date & time of the problem.
perlin wrote:I think I managed to pin down this issue. Apparently it tells you to proceed to highlighted route when you add a stop by passing through the preview screen. If you add a stop just by tapping the name of the destination (which is possible only in favorites or history)- the problem won't occur.
CBenson wrote:CBenson wrote:I also notice that the interstate freeway is not displaying on the map here.
In further looking at the interstate issue, the road displays fine. The freeway is further west. But the shield displays to the east of the road at times.
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