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Old 09-11-2019, 09:36 AM   #1
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Just a quick request at ED as the title says:
Please focus your manpower and obviously limited time on bug-fixing instead of implementing new features (& bugs regarding that new features) or even new modules. It is really kinda sad to see that some important bugs are not getting fixed for ages, while new stuff is being worked on (e.g. https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=225295&page=4 ). Some of these bugs are really annoying and getting you killed when fighting bandits.
Seeing the F-16 in the pipeline I really hope that such workflow will be avoided in favor of a much more quality model than the Hornet with all its bugs we are facing from day one.
Comparing the F-18 from ED with the F-14 from Heatblur I have to say that Heatblur delivered a lot more quality and is a lot faster in fixing bugs (if there are any at all).
In short:
ED, please shift focus from quantity to a lot more quality. Thanks.
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Old 09-11-2019, 09:47 AM   #2
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Initially I thought you were serious, but after reading this bit

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Comparing the F-18 from ED with the F-14 from Heatblur I have to say that Heatblur delivered a lot more quality and is a lot faster in fixing bugs (if there are any at all).
I know you just put it up for a thrill.

Checking update change log I don't feel like Hornet bugs not being worked on. If things were easy and quick to fix they wouldn't be buggy in the first place.
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I can agree with the sentiment though. I'm going to choose to not buy the F-16 based on the experience I've had with the F-18. Mostly the radar has been very confusing in the F-18 because it's behaviour has changed throughout the early access period. Even though the goal was to not have to relearn things.
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Just a quick request at ED as the title says:
Please focus your manpower and obviously limited time on bug-fixing instead of implementing new features (& bugs regarding that new features) or even new modules. It is really kinda sad to see that some important bugs are not getting fixed for ages, while new stuff is being worked on (e.g. https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=225295&page=4 ). Some of these bugs are really annoying and getting you killed when fighting bandits.
Seeing the F-16 in the pipeline I really hope that such workflow will be avoided in favor of a much more quality model than the Hornet with all its bugs we are facing from day one.
Comparing the F-18 from ED with the F-14 from Heatblur I have to say that Heatblur delivered a lot more quality and is a lot faster in fixing bugs (if there are any at all).
In short:
ED, please shift focus from quantity to a lot more quality. Thanks.

Hi

Even with the F-16 on the horizon the focus is very much on finishing the Hornet and fixing reported bugs, If you have a look at the bug section you will see we go to great lengths to ensure bugs are checked and reported to the team. There is no quick fix for some of these bugs and care has to be taken to test and ensure they work correctly before the public can see them.

In short, it takes time and effort and the team are working very hard.

Thanks for the feedback, the team will see it.
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