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View Poll Results: What do you think about improving bug reporting?
The way it is actually is good 1 6.25%
I want something that show us that ED is aware of the problem reported 13 81.25%
I want a more efficient way to report a bug (If this is a new idea, post it!) 6 37.50%
Other (then explain it) 0 0%
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Old 03-21-2019, 01:06 PM   #11
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The current system, after ten years of being on these forums made me apathetic to bothering to log issues now.


If ED wants to save money on QA and use the community, they would do themselves a favour by streamlining this process and getting people onboard.


At the moment it appears as generic "noise". I'm sure they count the thread views than what the issue actually is. And I've change my approach to this. Trouble, what is important to me, is generally not important to others. Watching too many "rivet counting" issues get way out in front, yet fundamental scripting API's and multiplayer bugs sink down low on fix lists.


So frankly, it's easier and has better results to make a lot of noise on the forums about issues than it does submitting a quality defect, because all we really want is acknowledgement first, since we have no idea if the bug is prioritised or even understood.


If Eagle wants quality bugs, they'll need to come half way with me and give quality response, or any response at all.
Exactly, the community need to be a part of this, as a friend said, reporting a bug and see a thousand of viewers without any post show the global feeling in this community, peoples let leak everything...
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