I just saw a post from 2016 about them hoping that North would be up on the maps....lol. Just had ti share my giggles.
I am not saying that is wrong, as I do not have the slightest opinion, but it really does say something about the divide of how people navigate that nobody I went with ever noticed or cared and some people get legitimately upset about the orientation. This is like navigating by landmarks versus streets but with higher stakes
I remember it really confusing me the first year as I'd been navigating downtown Indy using Google maps.
With the map upside down, I can't use it at all. It drives me nuts. I use a different map for navigating.