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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#1 Post by wsian » Mon Aug 13, 2007 1:16 pm

Please post your feedbacks regarding our Malsing-SG map in this thread. Your feedbacks will be very useful for us to improve the map.

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#2 Post by tphan » Fri Aug 17, 2007 5:38 pm

Some of the text for "Bedok Reservoir" is stated as "Bedok Reservoirvoir". Can someone fix it in the next release.


Conversion program error when changing abbreviated word to full word. Will check the correction. -wsian

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#3 Post by oinkoink » Wed Aug 29, 2007 9:50 pm

Routing into Bukit Batok Cresent from Bukit Batok St 23 is wrong. If one follows the route, one will end up going against the traffic flow.

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#4 Post by Logos » Fri Aug 31, 2007 11:20 am

Aug 8 map cannot route Tampines Rd (from Hougang direction) into the KPE towards TPE. Looks like the roads are not properly connected.
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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#5 Post by kiwichery » Sat Sep 08, 2007 7:19 pm

Hi, new to the forum but must say I'm thoroughly impressed by the Malsing community already! Look forward to be a contributing member, but somehow (correct me if I'm wrong) realised it's more a Garmin place than anything. What/How can I best report errors on the Malsing-SG maps? You mentioned that error reports on the Malsing SG map should be reported in the Garmin section. Some questions tho:

1) Saw many screen captures and tracklogs, but seems unable to provide those with my device (G-NAVI GPS-35B). Will simple description and lat/long do good? Just to make sure I'm not adding to confusion...

2) Will that eventually translate to updated MapKing maps and how regularly will that occur?

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#6 Post by wsian » Sat Sep 08, 2007 7:59 pm

kiwichery wrote: 1)Will simple description and lat/long do good?
Yes

kiwichery wrote: 2) Will that eventually translate to updated MapKing maps and how regularly will that occur?
Yes. Usually monthly, but also will depend on situation arise.

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#7 Post by varadero23 » Tue Sep 18, 2007 5:02 pm

lorong chuan road towards AMK..there is a new left filter road(just b4 the left turn to toa payoh) to the carpark on serangoon ave 2 blk 308 and 309.and also a filter out road to lorong chuan toa payoh.

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#8 Post by michaelscw » Tue Sep 18, 2007 8:09 pm

Sep 01 map - intersection of halton rd & loyang avenue. right turn from halton to loyang now not available. have to turn left then make a new u-turn at about x:103.98 y:1.38 which is just abit down the rd

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#9 Post by oinkoink » Thu Sep 27, 2007 8:04 pm

Thomson Flyover error. From Thomson Rd into PIE (Changi).
If one travels on Thomson Rd (Thomson Medical Centre) heading towards Thomson/Sin Ming, Malsing map's route says turn right (into PIE). There's no right turn there. Gotta keep left and go up the ramp into PIE (Changi). Hope it helps.

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Re: Feedback: Malsing-SG

#10 Post by kjkong » Sat Sep 29, 2007 12:55 pm

Refer to Malsing Mapking Sep release.

The routing from blk 260, 261, 262, 263 to Sengkang East road is impossible. It can only be achieved by 1 or 2. Sengkang East Way is a 2-way street but it is shown as 1-way. Not sure if that cause the error.
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