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CC'ing the website list because it is about the website, but I'm not subscribed, so please CC me on replies if you really want to discuss this complaint.

On 2013-11-12 5:53 AM, Michael Meeks <> wrote:
The problem of course is that there is no queue of bugs-to-fix. We try
to prioritize issues, so that we can see those that are seriously
debilitating and then try to fix those on a best-effort basis.

This prompted me to go file a bug (Feature Request) for something I've been meaning to file for some time now, then I couldn't remember if I'd already done it before, so I wanted to check and see...

Well... I must say, I am horrified by what I found.

The 'new' website is extraordinarily difficult to navigate if you want to do anything other than download the latest version.

My simple goal was to log into the Bug system, check 'My Bugs' and see if I'd reported this yet, and if not, report it...

1. after going to, why do I have to first find and click on 'Main Website' to get to ... the main website? Why isn't the main website?

2. After going to the main website, I clicked on 'Get Help', and then clicked on 'Bug'...

The only option here is to report a bug.

What if I don't want to report a bug, but only want to search for bugs?

Even after I log in, the only next step available is to continue reporting a bug I don't want/need to report!?


How do I just log into the bug reporting system and search it? Anyone?

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