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    Default 4.1.1, WHEN ???

    4.1.1, WHEN ???


    AS we all know, 4.1.0 came with some bugs.

    When are you planning to release an upgrade ?
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    I'm waiting to change from version 4.0.7 to 4.1.1. I try with version 4.1 but found some problems, what schedule have version 4.1.1?

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    Would be nice to see the bug fixes roadmapped for 4.1.1. 4.1 is less buggy for me than 4.0.7, but there are a few bugs that I'm hoping see fixes in the next minor release.

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    4.1.1RC1 has been released.

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    Hi Folks...

    If you don't provide details on what is broken in your situation, the odds that 4.1.1 (or any release for that matter) will fix those problems is low.

    If others have reported the same symptoms, add a "+1" to that thread if you feel so inclined. Otherwise, please take a moment and document what bugs you have encountered. There's really no other way for us to know of the problems and for you to get the fixes you need.

    If you have already done so, then please disregard
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    Default I think not specifying the specific bug is ok

    I think not specifying the specific bug is ok


    If Sencha wants detail visibility into people's complaints and reproducible conditions they should publish a bug database so that customers can track issues and hopefully save time trying to send Sencha a bunch of paired-down code. I always hesitate to create something that Sencha can use for bug reproduction because it typically takes a chunk of time out of my week and perhaps another customer has already submitted such a case.

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    This has been a topic of many discussions, and this option is under consideration.

    On the other hand, are you willing to live with a potential bug based on the fact that someone else may have made a report?

    Also note that a large amount of our time is looking for bugs that may already exists before we log them ourselves. In either case, time has to be spent.

    Scott.