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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Temujin, Oct 3, 2006.
I don't. I'm a former cracked Windows XP owner Old habits die hard
You must be very proud of yourself.
Yes, I report bugs which are significant. How can the developers address and fix something if they don't know it exists?
Are you talking about OS X in particular, or any apps?
Not that it really matters...I do report some bugs that I run across, but I tend to be better about it for third-party apps, since I feel like they often need more help identifying bugs. (But then again, if everyone thought like me and didn't submit a good portion of their OS X bugs, Apple might not know about them either...or at least not consider them a priority for squishing.)
I think regardless, we should report bugs because it will make OS X better than what it already is. It's really these reportings that give insight into rare bugs and make the OS more robust ^^
Oops, me admitting to being a former cracked XP owner might be misconstrued. With OSX I'm legit all the way
Genghis Khan never took laws too seriously. He just did what he wanted.
As a ADC developer, I reported bugs. Not paying for ADC and not getting any response from Apple, I only Send report... when something crashes.
Guidelines for reporting bugs...
Some bugs are worth reporting and some are not.
For instance, if you find one of these bugs, please report it as it is an Emerald Ash Borer and is a serious invasive pest currently found in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois.
However, this bug is a common site throughout the world and should not raise alarm.
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No, I generally do not report bugs.
Nope. let them figure it out on their own