you may have a bug for a very short time…
New bug, that’s ok. And I agree with you in general.
But an old bug that was fixed before and comes back? In my humble opinion, that’s not okay. That is telling me things are going too fast. When you don’t take the time to keep fixed code in the final code, that’s not a good way to do things.
You end up re-inventing the wheel over and over and over. And that’s what some of this feels like to me, in their hurry to fix a current problem they reintroduce something that was addressed before and have to readdress it.
Its not like I’m going to use any other software. I’m sold on DVDFab as I’ve indicated. I’d just like to be sure that when I update I’m not going backwards at the same time. My opinion is that they should take enough time to make sure each update is moving forward. If we are seeing past issues coming back then maybe slowing down just a bit is a good idea. Then maybe some of those bugs that get addressed so very quickly, and we all agree this stuff gets addressed FAST, maybe those bugs wouldn’t have to be addressed at all as we wouldn’t see them.
As it is right now, when I run an update I am then looking to see if something else is broken. That is probably not a good nor the desired outcome of the update process. Maybe its just me.