Thought you might say that
I don't use the routing part very much so I don't take a great deal of notice. I did say some of it might be dreamland.
Taking piccies is a tad difficult when in motion so this will need someone else who has a passenger.
On the roundabout scenario, I was sure my previous version used a pre-drawn blue/white graphic of how the entry and exit looked and used a popup of the nearest one it had to show where the exit was in relation to the entry? This new version uses an actual portion of the NavTeq map and overlays your route onto the actual road structure and has a little red chevron follow you round.
| 0.5 mile |
| 0.4 mile |
| 250 yards |
Never noticed that on my previous version.
On the routing front, I've just been down the carpark and plotted a few destinations around the country and in the majority of cases the shortest route is now shorter than the fastest route
I will know for sure whether it's changed when I test at the weekend because I know the shortest route from Chez Krem to the mother-in-laws is circa 104 miles. The old version reckoned it was 127 miles and kept me on the motorways as much as possible throughout.
TomTom got it right and took me cross country.
I could have sworn that the top graphic that appears from time to time to inform of the next turning point used to obliterate that part of the map - but again I'm probably dreaming again.
I'll take some piccies of what I can with the car stationary.