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This brainstorm is based on the votes received for Turn by Turn Navigation on Ovi Maps improvement suggestions.

Currently there is no Turn by Turn Navigation in Ovi Maps. However, this is an essential feature for a Navigation application. The only question is how should this be implemented.

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http://maemo.org/community/brainstor...rn_navigation/ moved to Under Development with Harmattan as milestone.

Solution selected: Solution #1: Free Turn by Turn Navigation
 

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Originally Posted by Sasler View Post
This brainstorm is based on the votes received for Turn by Turn Navigation on Ovi Maps improvement suggestions.
Hey Sasler,

Thank you for the work!

I would love to see a collection of links in each Navigation Brainstorm to all other Brainstorms at this Topic. Could you add something like this to this Brainstorm and "THE real BIG ONE" ?

After you have arranget this once, please just copy and paste it to every other splittet Brainstorm. (use the HTML Source Button at the top if it doesn't work on the easy way)

I think it could help the other users to find the related Brainstorms and Topics.
 

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would be great
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Now let's fall on our knees and pray for Harmattan on the N900 :-)
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Sorry about my ignorance. Is not this already implemented in the last ovi maps version for symbisn?
 
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Originally Posted by twaelti View Post
Now let's fall on our knees and pray for Harmattan on the N900 :-)
sadly, yes
 
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Does the Harmattan as milestone mean that Fremantle won't ever receive Ovi Maps turn-by-turn navigation at all??

I understood that Nokia announcement about Ovi Maps stated that starting March 2010 ever device GPS capable would be shipped with buit-in free navigation. Maybe they just talked about phones and can say the N900 is a tablet...
 

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Does the Harmattan as milestone mean that Fremantle won't ever receive Ovi Maps turn-by-turn navigation at all??
Yes, not from Nokia!

Sometimes I'm shortly before to say: "We've bought the wrong device from the wrong company if we want something like this!", but I'm still patient enought.

So, our only hope is our strong community... We have to wait for projects like Navit. So, hopefully, when OviMaps is finished I'm using Navit since a long time. And then they can keep it. Including the advertising to finance their program.

Unfortunately we need Nokia for many other things to improve. Including the annoying thing in my signature.
 
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Been around here long enough that "Fixed in Harmattan" comes as no surprise.

And by "long enough", i mean a few months.

Sigh
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