BUGs that have received no attention

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fgh | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Oct 22 2010 3:53 PM

I posted a number of possible or probable bugs in the beginning of the week, but have only received some kind of answer to one of them (guess you were busy with server problems at the time). Could someone please take a look at them. I have more, but it doesn't feel very meaningful to take the time to write them down if they just disappear into oblivion.

This one received a little bit of attention, but Tom's answer was the wrong one, and I still think there's a bug here:

These weren't started by me, but I've added to them, and no one from Logos has replied.

Hope I remembered all.

 

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Jesse Frame | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 24 2010 8:14 PM

i looked over some most of your posts. im certainly not one of the "mvp's" of the forums or any sort of software expert, but i think a lot of these issues are more along the lines of optimization and what i would call "tweaking" the software. i know from other comments by the mac team that optimization is a main priority right now, that is, making all aspects of the software work faster and better.

as far as the language studies issues, i have posted some of my own concerns with search results and other issues. part of the issues come from how the original language texts are tagged. for example - a lemma search for g:koinonia will list also in the results some definite articles, obviously not what i was searching for, but the way the text is tagged they are linked somehow (and for some reason?). also they can come up with different numbers depending on how you search for a term.

i guess just hang in there. they're working on it. not a great answer but its the best i got :)

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 25 2010 8:44 AM

Thanks for the encouragement, but that no search results show up, that the English translation appears only randomly, and that the Settings button doesn't seem to exist are hardly 'optimization' issues! Either I'm doing something wrong, or these are pretty serious bugs! Not as serious as crashes, admittedly, but just behind. 

And Logos will only work on them if they're aware of them, which is why I wanted to lift them up and make sure they weren't slipping through the net. 

I would really appreciate someone from Logos affirming that these threads have been read.

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Alan Macgregor | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 25 2010 12:14 PM

I've looked through your posts and responded to as many of the problems you have highlighted as I could. I was a bit baffled by the tabs one, as I couldn't visualise the problem. Screenshots would really help me here.

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 25 2010 12:51 PM

Thanks! I'll see what I can do about screenshots. Haven't tried to post any before.

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fgh:
I would really appreciate someone from Logos affirming that these threads have been read.

At least one Mac developer has read every thread in the Mac forums since they were started (although, I suspect, no single individual developer has read them all). That said, we don't respond to all threads. In some cases, what a user reports as a bug is merely a misunderstanding of how a feature works. In those cases, if we stay out of it, other forum users can often chime in and solve the issue without our involvement.

Additionally, in many cases, we've got to verify and validate the reported bug before we can respond with anything interesting. If it's not trivially duplicated (some of yours aren't, as other users don't report any problems with the exact same feature), then it might take a bit before a developer responds. Lack of a response from a developer within a given time period is not the same thing as lost/unaddressed.

Be assured that even if every specific thread doesn't include a post from a developer addressing the issue, we've read the thread and are paying attention.

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Jack Caviness | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 25 2010 5:16 PM

Cameron Watters:
Be assured that even if every specific thread doesn't include a post from a developer addressing the issue, we've read the thread and are paying attention.

Cameron, Thank you for that information. I have often wondered about some of my crash reports. Once I could see that it had been viewed 26 times without a single response. Made me wonder if one of the Windows MVPs and pronounced a curse on me. Big Smile

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