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#559313 - 12/02/19 08:33 AM Re: what3words: the new way to find places [Re: Rob Thornton]
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Originally Posted By Rob Thornton
Originally Posted By Gambalunga
Originally Posted By Heinz
I tried it, in Germany they use German wordings.

See my earlier post. It depends on the language of your device and/or browser. Peter's original 3 words location is in Italian if I reset exactly the same spot.

Originally Posted By Gambalunga

By the way it is different depending on language. In Italian your Mog is at ///stucco.conduciamo.includete

Sorry if I haven't got fully into this thread as yet, but does this mean that for this system to work there are as many code variations for the same location as there are languages in the world? If so, doesn't a universal numeric grid reference still make sense for most purposes?

It still gives the correct location if you search for it in the map in say English whatever your home language may be, and I assume vice versa.

#559314 - 12/02/19 08:45 AM Re: what3words: the new way to find places [Re: Peter J]
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Originally Posted By Peter J

In the new A35 I understand I can tell the sat nav, using "Mercedes Me" to take me to /// (the entrance to MMC reception) and it will do so!

And would "MMC, Spring Lane" not also take you there Peter? smile
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#559340 - 12/02/19 11:32 AM Re: what3words: the new way to find places [Re: Peter J]
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