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#582 Incomplete/Missing infos Distinguish between legal and routing speed / Add "maxspeed:practical" tag support KaZeR
Description As I understand currently "maxspeed" tag is used, which is "official speed limitation". In OSM there is also "maxspeed:practical" which is used to describe usual speed, which can be achieved on the way. It is widely used, when speed is limited due to poor road quality.
However it can be higher, than "maxspeed" if official limitation is small and everybody on that road drives faster, than allowed. This situation is quite usual too.
Actually, this tag is used when it is needed to adjust road graph to get correct routing, but there are no official limitations. So it should be used instead "maxspeed", where available.
#588 wontfix is it possible to update maps? KaZeR
Description Hi, when you've downloaded a map, you have it in bin format. It's quite normal for a map to have over 200 MB of data. Is it possible to only apply some kind of diff to the map, so that you only have to download about 30 MB to update the map instead of redownload the 200 MB?

If it is possible, could this be discribed on the wiki and if it's not possible yet, could it be possible in the future?

Btw, thank you all for giving me the only free, offline navigation software for android phones.

Sander ( sanderd17[at]gmail[dot]com )
#579 duplicate Routing in the UK KaZeR
Description When I try to create a long route in the UK, navit systematically fails (just pick any far apart current position/destination pair). "Long" seems to be around 100km, although varies around that figure. When it fails, I get:

navit:route_path_new:no route found, pos blocked

Interestingly enough, this does not happen in France (I don't think it ever failed to give me a route in France).

I know this has been reported before, but this to me is quite important as it basically makes navit not usable in the UK.

Please do something about it!
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