failsafe wrote:Are you sure it still works that way? I thought that if there was an intersection with a road name change, Waze would tell you to turn regardless.
failsafe wrote:Might be right. Information dissemination from the top is NOT very good here.
Also, I was typing my last reply while bigbear was typing his, so I didn't see it until I went in to read your reply. He just hit submit before I did.
bigbear3764 wrote:jmp316 wrote:Explain this further. I ran into some edits tonight by a lot of top Illinois editors that I would consider sloppy... I just want to make sure I'm not messing anything up by trying to fix things.
I'll find some examples tomorrow and post them...
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=10&lo ... TTTFTTTTFT
Zoomed all the way in, it looks like a goofy angle on Milwaukee Ave. Now zoom out, it appears as it is running at a strait angle. If you select the segment on Milwaukee Ave, it will show the strait arrow going off the road. This allows Waze to give proper left/right instructions. I have come up to a road with an angled street and Waze didn't announce a turn because the turn was so slight, it ignored it and counted more as a geometry node turn. Put the little kick on it, and Waze gives the turn instruction.
bigbear3764 wrote:If you see a node on top of an intersection, and one of the roads runs at an angle, those are there to give a proper turn right/left. If the road is on an angle, waze will show the slight turn but won't announce it.
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