Miguel Munoz

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    The ability to have yahoo detect my location might be a good idea for a cell phone, but it sucks for desktop machines. Auto-detect should be optional, especially for desktop machines. If there's any common theme among these suggestions, it's that we want more control over our location. Right now, there's an "add locations" button, but as far as I can tell, there's no way to actually use these locations. Please fix this. (From my experience working in corporate America, I'm guessing that the folks upstairs said "improve support for mobile devices," and somebody at the bottom thought this meant "abandon support for desktop machines.")

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    Miguel Munoz commented  · 

    What's the point of letting me add locations if I can't choose those locations on the map? Please give me my list of locations back! Letting it find my location is fine for mobile phones, but I don't travel with my work laptop, it stays on my desk. Letting yahoo find my location should be optional, but it's mandatory. Please fix this.

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    Yahoo should assume that actual human beings will always know better where they are than any automated system they can invent.

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    Miguel Munoz commented  · 

    The "current location" feature, which is based on ip address, may be fine for mobile devices, but it's all wrong for immobile devices like my desktop computer, and not even very good for laptops, because it's so often all wrong. My "current location" is fifty miles from my actual current location. I should be free to tell Yahoo Maps to ignore my ip address and use my default location. What's the point of calling it the "default" location if it's not chosen by default?

    It's fine to improve suport for mobile devices, but this shouldn't come at the expense of immobile devices.

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