My 23’ has the option to cancel in the settings.
Indeed, the short press is for a quick lane change on the highway, IIRC they flash three times. But even the long press results in the indicators turning off by themselves if the "comfort" setting is on.I'm sure someone posted here that the indicators on the 1250 have two settings, quick press and they only flash for a short time, longer press and hold for a second and they flash longer.
Bummer! That's too bad then, thanks for checking. And for the reminder that the dealer can turn this off, I'd read that somewhere at some point but had forgotten about it!I also have a 2020 R1250R with the latest SW 023_011_060 and don't have the option.
But I also hate the "comfort" turn signals and it turns out that this is an option that can be turned off by the dealer. I had this done on the previous 2019 R1200R and the current R1250R.
I would say, probably not, it probably blinked substantially more than 3 times after I turned it on, especially since I've also developed the habit to hold it for a full second when I want it on. I say 'probably', since I don't want to stare at the dash to check if it's still on. And it does not seem to stop blinking when you're actually stopped at an intersection to give right of way, but while slowing down before the turn, in my experience.For those who complain about this issue, are you also saying that if you're stuck at a light with your blinker on, that the blinker will only flash three times and then go out?
I've read these threads for years now, and can't understand why my experience (2020 model) is so different than some others'...mine continue to blink at a stopped light (and I never use a long press and hold, just a quick flick) and until I turn, then they turn off after another couple of flashes. In motion, they hold through the turn, and then turn off after a couple more flashes. My turn signals perform exactly how I'd want them to.
That said, I'm trusting in the TFT that they are flashing, not watching them blinkers themselves, but I can't imagine there's a difference between the two.
I triple-checked my manual...nothing more is said about how it works.My manual for the 2018 says it can be adjusted by a BMW dealer. I wonder if the GS911 tool has access.