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03 Apr 2016 16:30

There's so much stuff I feel like the GPS will have a lot of problems with choosing the right road, and with placing bookmarks on map.
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03 Apr 2016 16:42

Spain's going to look a whole lot different come next update, that's for sure.
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03 Apr 2016 17:04

Peterson wrote:There's so much stuff I feel like the GPS will have a lot of problems with choosing the right road, and with placing bookmarks on map.
You haven't seen Poland for 2.1 yet...
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03 Apr 2016 17:30

Oh no... I hope that there won't be many issues. I don't want that GPS directs me through a restplace.
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03 Apr 2016 17:38

Peterson wrote:Oh no... I hope that there won't be many issues. I don't want that GPS directs me through a restplace.
GPS will select the shortest route to certain bookmarked or job destination, so it can from time to time short-cut through restplaces and sometimes in the interchanges. That's game's fault, not ours.
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03 Apr 2016 20:16

Well, somehow you got it to work well in Iceland's F roads...
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03 Apr 2016 20:35

Nice work! :D
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03 Apr 2016 20:45

Peterson wrote:Well, somehow you got it to work well in Iceland's F roads...
A special explanation for you: What we did in Iceland was making one or two pieces of road per route invisible on the world map and put the 4x4 overlay above so you can't see the gap. If we did the same on every rest stop you'd start complaining about navigation issues and red errors everytime you enter a rest stop.
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03 Apr 2016 20:53

Don't worry, I don't use the console. But hey, at least that Iceland mystery is solved! But how did you manage to force the GPS to go around Panevéžys, when clearly going through town is faster and shorter? Even GPS says so. But I'm not so sure about drive time, but it shaves some 20-30km.
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