Continuing the discussion from Radar automatic refresh not working properly, forced refresh still need:
It’s very good that you have taken your time to do a
What is even more important, as @duane and @bill mentioned, is that this forum can create a positive and helpful environment. I think we can all agree that @BrianLY-38 is the one spending the biggest effort keeping things positive, by greating all new users, posting announcements of new updates and so on.
The key is how to behave in order to actually save time for @duane so that more time and effort can be put into improving the code.
I understand that it must be both time consuming and energy draining to do
As I started with mentioning, doing a ‘complete bug report’ is a great thing, especially if that is what is asked for. Sometimes that is the case, but in this case what @duane has asked for is patience:
In order to save time for the lead developer, it might be more useful to confirm an existing bug report, and perhaps point out differences in experience, rather than focusing on doing a completely new bug report from scratch.
Doing a new report from scratch might be easier for the one writing the report, but it might be more time consuming for the lead developer to digest yet another report of the same issue.
Still i would like to thank you for your engagement and effort!
Let’s all keep up the positive and helpful spirit.
In the end, we all want the same thing, the continued development of this cool app!
And @duane, stay awesome, you know we all think that you are!