I’m upset over the exploit. I just don’t think it’s worth saying “ITS GAME BREAKING AND THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY WILL LEAVE IF YOU DONT FIX THIS” over. Like this is not a korean drama. Relaxxxxxxx. It’s nothing we can’t overcome.
I don’t work on their team but from my experience yes this would be considered a high priority bug. This does not by any means mean it is, but I would be surprised if it’s not. High priority however, does not mean “fixed tomorrow”. Please do not hold that misconception as that’s not how software development works. Fixing a single bug, generally creates several more. And you’re not even aware of this until you attempt to fix the bug. If they carelessly pushed out bug fixes without addressing the cascading changes down the line, we’d see a bigger mess than this one. Do not confuse how it “usually works” with how it works internally. They made this product, they know best how things work. We don’t need to scream at the top of our lungs for them to see that this is an issue. Doing so makes us seem childish and devalues our ability to be taken seriously, which in turn means that we need to scream even louder. I don’t think either of us wants that? Let’s logically and effectively make our statements, claims, etc. And then continue from there.
u 2. I just think it’s a bit too dramatic. If I was any less patient than I am, I wouldn’t read most of the posts on this forum. I’m not sure what makes you think you’re entitled to have them read your content, but you’re sorely confused if you think that’s how it works haha. Relax, chill out. Make your statements effectively and intelligently. That’s all I’m asking for. Raging on the forums == less likely to be taken seriously, which I assume you want, right?