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sockslabs wrote:Problem: car jumps not flowing
Better tell Sheriff Rosco that the Duke boys are causing trouble again!
Another traffic-cam snapshot:
Perhaps I should enter this as a.. traffic Hazzard?
jasonh300 wrote:bgodette wrote:I know iPhones are supposed to get hot and all that, but hot enough to set your truck on fire? Must have singed his fingers while typing that out.jimmy_changa wrote:Pretty sure it's out by now. I marked it as 'solved', although I can't take credit for actually putting the fire out.
I always wondered about the people who complained about their iPhone getting hot. My 3GS never overheated, although it was always warm to touch after using it. Then I got my 4S. It gets almost too hot to touch sometimes. I've actually had it kick into the overheat mode a couple of times. I think I'm going to buy one of those A/C vent mounts for it.
txemt wrote:Check the dates on them. I've seen those before and usually the person doing it will report it once a day, which generates that many in what looks like a little amount of time. I also tend to hit those immediately when I see them, as they are representative of a real problem (missing road, wrong driving direction, etc).
jasonh300 wrote:Mike-1323 wrote:jasonh300 wrote:Sounds like an issue of the dead-end u-turn being enabled. I see this a lot when people are determined to take a route that they think is faster, and Waze is trying to get them to go a different way. Any dead-end on the route with a U-turn enabled will cause this type of routing...at least until they get to a point where their route is actually faster.
That's about 40% of those errors. Another 40% is the directed u-turn between the lanes of a divided highway and the remaining 20% are routes "around the block" to accomplish a u-turn. It seems that users don't want to make u-turns.
Around the block at least makes sense to the users and they see that it wants them to go back the way they came. But the dead end routing tells you to turn onto the dead end, then tells you nothing about making a u-turn at the end and the next instruction is to turn back onto the road you started on.
Whenever I see one of these, I go on a end-node-u-turn killing frenzy in the surrounding area.
petervdveen wrote:orbitc wrote:Interesting suggestion....
To be honest I think it's a good suggestion.
There should be global weather warnings per regio.
Rain, Snow, Fog, Wind, low sun.
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