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On 10/2/2014 7:34 AM, Sophie <> wrote:
He is not blamed for bringing his pet bug, but for not being proactive
on it and for waiting that a volunteer take care of it without helping
in any way to have it solved.

I have helped in every way that I can.

1. I am not a coder, so I cannot fix it myself,

2. I am not independently wealthy, and my boss won't pay for this kind
of stuff, so I cannot pay for bug fixes,

3. I participated in the process as soon as I became aware of the
regression, including creating an 'enhancement request' that should be
extremely trivial to implement (because the functionality/behavior,
invokable by CTRL-SHIFT-F9 is still there) to workaround the major
regression that has been totally ignored (and one that I would dearly
love to see made permanent), and lastly,

4. I don't think that being asked to pay for fixing major regressions is
even remotely reasonable, *especially* when a workaround/fix (to
reintroduce the old behavior at least as a workaround until the bug is
fixed, if not simply as a permanent option) is available - and I
consider anyone who suggests with a straight face that I should have to
pay $4,000+ to get it fixed as an extortionist.

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