04-18-2014 08:04 AM - edited 04-18-2014 08:09 AM
PS: I'm not sure about the backdraws of using the old debugger but did not make a noticable difference for me yet...
04-23-2014 09:58 AM
04-23-2014 10:22 AM
04-23-2014 10:30 AM
Yeah, I have to mark it as solved. There's a workaround provided but the issue isn't solved given that the full implications of the workaround aren't known and also that using the default configuration the problem persists so I can't mark it as sovled, sorry.
On the other hand, thanks for the workaround. I've gotten used to using run for everything that I don't need to step through or break on (UI look changes for instance).
04-23-2014 11:35 AM
04-23-2014 11:56 AM
It's fair enough to mark a workaround as the solution for now, if it ever gets fixed you can always come back, mention that in a posting and set that posting as the solution as well.
It's been mentioned a fair few times now in these forums so I'm sure BlackBerry are aware of it.
nice early morning chuckle
... Unless its in a Jira ticket i wouldnt count on it being looked into. I've been told several times they dont have the resources to keep track of the issues we're reporting via forums =(
04-23-2014 12:01 PM
04-23-2014 01:13 PM
the forums are for discussing problems and asking for help or offering help. it's a community thing.
the bugtracker is for reporting bugs.
even if I had the bandwidth to scan the forums constantly, I would still have to enter it into the bugtracker, but worse, I'd have to track down the author, get all the info from them, steps to reproduce, etc.
you guys know how to reproduce your problems.. just file bugs!
someone from developer relations is supposed to be triaging the external issue tracker regularly and if a solution isn't already known, then they copy & paste all the details into the internal bug tracker where it then lands right in the laps of the developers who maintain the features.