tonestertm wrote:Unlike the way it handles Google markers, Waze routing Does Not Care where the Number portion of a House Number sits. The important routing work is done by the Stop Point. The Number bubble is just a placeholder, visually cuing us humans to which building the Stop Point with that address, ties.
I do apologize for my lack of precision. The placement of the number bubble (untouched) only represents the point where google will route to until the bubble is touched and available to users only when the tile is updated (as discussed elsewhere). The oddity here is that the stop point was a feature introduced later (I think) after the addresses had already been placed from the mass-import - and yet all of the stop points are generally anchored to the proper street - not the alley. So waze had some knowledge in that process.
So, out of habit when touching addresses, I move the bubbles closer to the street - and then subsequent editors have a visual cue of addresses which have been touched along a given street.
That point is actually key, since the stop point of the address behaves similarly to the newly exposed "place handle" which shows the point within the "area place" that you would be routed to - like gas stations and larger areas.
Thanks for making the clarifying point about the bubbles location.