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BUG: DNF drafts converting into founds

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Today I had a DNF after some time and can confirm this bug.

 

Unbelievable that this was first reported on 4th November and it's still not fixed... :(

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From our friends at Wikipedia:

 

Regression testing is re-running functional and non-functional tests to ensure that previously developed and tested software still performs after a change.[2] If not, that would be called a regression. Changes that may require regression testing include bug fixes, software enhancements, configuration changes, and even substitution of electronic components.[3] As regression test suites tend to grow with each found defect, test automation is frequently involved. Sometimes a change impact analysis is performed to determine an appropriate subset of tests.

 

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This is wild. It's literally causing people to post FOUND IT logs when the cache was NOT FOUND. It goes entirely against the goal of encouraging accurate logging, and can easily be misleading to people to check recent find history. 

How is this still not resolved?

Could we at least get some kind of confirmation that it's actively being worked on? (not just 'seen' by the hovering PTB watching the thread ;P)

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17 hours ago, thebruce0 said:

How is this still not resolved?

It's such a basic level of functionality for many people that I'm still astounded that it escaped the sand box to begin with!

 

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Is there any hope of this FAILURE being corrected? It has been an issur for a long time now.

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On 12/21/2020 at 12:26 PM, Bl4ckH4wkGER said:

A fix has been deployed. Thank you for your patience.

 

I just tested and confirmed that this is now working as expected. Thanks!

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