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Once you type this into the web address bar.
ipb.quicksilverscreen.im
or go there you can no longer type anything starting with the letter I after that using swype keyboard in the browser address bar. It will automatically force insert that website and it is not optional. You must switch to the regular keyboard if you want to type any other thing starting with the letter I.

64gb Black Pr 1.1 North central Europe firmware flashed on to a Denmark phone
uhhh okay i can't reproduce this one on my n950.
 

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^I don't know what to say. Want me to make a video, oh wait I can't I gave my android dual core to my girlfriend in the Philippines so I don't have another video camera.

Attachment me trying to type infowars into the browser
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#23
^ I don't believe this thread's meant to be for reporting actual bugs (but there were a few earlier)
More so about discussing how best to utilize the tracker (so tips here are fine).
Where it can be improved, or if it's working/being-used by Nok devs as it should etc.
 
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It's okay if you want to confirm a bug before reporting it or try to get people to vote for something... Or just discuss responses or lack of respones. My bug went off topic, and the actual on-topic responses are really depressing. You guys should read it, but I don't know if the people from Nokia posting on my bug actually know anything or what.
 

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Guys, be careful with your attitude. I see that someone from Nokia whom I learned to respect very much took up the discussion in https://harmattan-bugs.nokia.com/show_bug.cgi?id=96 and tried to patiently explain the reasons behind the decision and why it is unlikely to get fixed at this state.

At some point, you need to accept that decisions have been made and move on. Please don't push us to the point where we (the actual developers) stop caring about bugs reported by the community. I can understand your frustration because you already feel as if we ignore your feedback. Truth is we don't. Whenever you see that the title of a bug got the [cloned] prefix, you will know that us developers get to read your bug report.

We are on your side, really. We also want a good N9. But there are limits of what we can do.
 

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Originally Posted by mikhas View Post
Guys, be careful with your attitude.
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At some point, you need to accept that decisions have been made and move on.
+1 to that! I'd hate to have another bugzilla instance turn silent because users confuse a bugtracker with a discussion forum.
 
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I don't believe this threads meant for you to police me from getting a confirmation of my bug before I report it to bugtracker when i just signed up and am waiting for my login email
 
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Please vote for my bug. Imported calendar entries of yearly recurring events through bluetooth from one device to N9 results that the imported events display incorrectly as a day later in calendar.
This has been reported in a thread at nokia discussion but can't seem to locate it again.
https://harmattan-bugs.nokia.com/show_bug.cgi?id=324
 
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Originally Posted by aironeous View Post
@jaylst
I don't believe this threads meant for you to police me from getting a confirmation of my bug before I report it to bugtracker when i just signed up and am waiting for my login email
Um Wot? Settle down. I was just making sure the function of the thread remained intact.
I agree with CG's points about some dialogue being handy to determine if an issue's loggable, or to garner voter interest.
It just didn't seem you were going that way*, I was flying through other posts at the time.
It wasn't a personal attack, no need to get antsy, LOL...

*coulda sworn you had a few mores posts in a row than you do now, but I was busy/tired, so maybe not

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Originally Posted by mikhas View Post
Guys, be careful with your attitude. I see that someone from Nokia whom I learned to respect very much took up the discussion in https://harmattan-bugs.nokia.com/show_bug.cgi?id=96 and tried to patiently explain the reasons behind the decision and why it is unlikely to get fixed at this state.

At some point, you need to accept that decisions have been made and move on. Please don't push us to the point where we (the actual developers) stop caring about bugs reported by the community. I can understand your frustration because you already feel as if we ignore your feedback. Truth is we don't. Whenever you see that the title of a bug got the [cloned] prefix, you will know that us developers get to read your bug report.

We are on your side, really. We also want a good N9. But there are limits of what we can do.
Hi mikhas, the problem is I gave you guys one line of code to change that would save me a huge problem. It sounds so simple, just make and test the change, but all the comments from Nokia are just people guessing that it's going to take too long to test. Some of us actually tried to believe you guys when you said the phone would be supported for a while, so we are a little upset when you suggest stuff like "reporting the bug earlier". I respect Eero too, he remained very professional while others were clearly angry. But I don't know who he is, or if I should give up on this ever being fixed just because he and some other guy say it "probably won't be fixed". I'm hoping they are wrong and am going to try and get some more votes on it instead! Honestly, there is a good chance someone that actually knows how x11 works can prove it's safe to enable this extension, I would think it would only be able to cause problems when it's in use. If your code doesn't try to use it, it's really just up to me to test if it works as expected!
 
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