Nope.hallmike wrote:Really? You don't get server timeouts when requesting a route?
Haven't seen it.hallmike wrote:You don't have issues with segments folding back upon themselves when removing a junction?
Be more specific?hallmike wrote:You don't have any segments in your area that appear to be connected but really aren't?
It's a known issue on which they are already working.hallmike wrote:Your dashboard routes are updated correctly every night?
You don't think they're working on that? Throwing together a draft sample colour scheme takes literally five minutes.hallmike wrote:You don't experience any of a dozen other issues everyone else is complaining about? I'd like to know how you got the bug-free version so I can get it too!
Not really. I'd wager over 90% of waze's users never touch the map editor. Why bother?hallmike wrote:OK, but this application is a lot more than just staring at a map all day. It's supposed to be interactive an allow you to update the map problems. But when bugs and glitches prevent you from editing correctly, or make it too frustrating to do so, all those users that came because of the pretty maps will leave.
sketch wrote:It's all been working pretty nicely for me.
sketch wrote:An attractive application is an application that is pleasant to use. No one wants to stare at an ugly map all day, and the more users that like it, the more users we have, and the better the maps get.
hallmike wrote:I'd prefer that you not waste time and resources making anything prettier until all of the numerous frustrating bugs, glitches, and errors have been fixed. Stop putting form ahead of function. If it doesn't work, it won't matter how it looks because no one will be looking at it.
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