I've gotten used to it, but I don't see where it makes sense.You need to evolve...it actually makes sense!!
Now I understand. You can make a snarky comment but have no good logical explanation of why the switching should change when Nav is used. It is counter-intuitive and follows no logic.^ do you drive your house? Last I checked you drive your car
First off...it was a joke...sort of.Now I understand. You can make a snarky comment but have no good logical explanation of why the switching should change when Nav is used. It is counter-intuitive and follows no logic.
Does the wiper control change? No
Do the light switches change? No
Does the cruise control change? No
Do the climate controls buttons change? No
Does the garage door opener button change? No
Yet the radio station buttons reverse. If anyone has a simple logical explanation I'll listen but until then, I think it is dumb.
We are not comparing ten years ago. We are comparing present use, minute to minute. Sure, the wiper control on the Genesis is different that an old Ford, but if you use the navigation is still works the same way.First off...it was a joke...sort of.
Secondly...it does make sense. We have been through this before. Depending on the application/view...it almost mirrors the way we use smart phones, etc. I can assure you that this was researched...and not a mistake.
Next...nothing you posted makes sense...
Does the wiper control change?
Absolutely...the G70 changed this by actually displaying a a status about where your wipers are set to. No other brand (that I know does this). Yet every brand changes whether up is down and down is up.
Do the light switches change?
What light switch? Every car is different...light switches everywhere. Rotary...switches...etc. As for your home...absolutely they change. Toggles...panels...wireless...etc.
Does the cruise control change?
Um...yeah. Duh. Compare today's cruise control to 10 years ago. Nuff said.
Do the climate controls buttons change?
Um...again...yeah. Double duh. Dials...switches...and now touch screens.
Does the garage door opener button change?
Um...again...and again yeah. Triple duh. Who has an ugly brown clicker anymore? Homelink...wireless...etc.
Why would you even make this post? It was so easy to tear apart...I typed all of the above with one hand.
Everything always changes...didn't think that would even be argued.
Having is change the way it works is not logical. Perhaps they should show the stations in reverse order? The purpose of having steering wheel controls it to make it easier and safer for the driver. Having different moves with different applications is safer how?The idea is that if you're on the radio screen itself, you see the stacked list of presets - so down goes down the list, and vice-versa. If you're on another screen, bereft of this context, the switch operates as "up = next" and "down = previous." It's quite logical to me, but customers definitely complain often about it...
Which is why they changed it for the 2020 G90 - now the switch is ALWAYS down = next and up = back, which throws me but I'm getting used to it.
Actually, if you have a light that is controlled in more than one location (ie, a hall light or stairwell light, with a switch at each end), then the switch does change if you use the other switch than the one first used. The switch could end up being off in the up position, and on in the down position.How about the light switches in your house. Up is on, down is off ......
You're referring to three way switches that technically DO NOT have an OFF or ON position.Actually, if you have a light that is controlled in more than one location (ie, a hall light or stairwell light, with a switch at each end), then the switch does change if you use the other switch than the one first used. The switch could end up being off in the up position, and on in the down position.
That aside, I do understand, and agree with, your arguments here though.