Bugs, in our little programming masterpiece?! Sheesh!
Actually, considering how huge this thing is, the teeny number of
open bugs is pretty not bad. Here's the current count.
Currently Open: 3.
Total Verified: 1,755.
Total Reports: 4,647.
See below for current status.
Note that we hide a few which we think might expose security risks.
Also we hide the room ID from which the report originated.
You can browse this list to see if an issue has
already been reported; or to find out if you've been spiffed for yours.
Note also that bug counts are global for the entire
The totals reflect 20+ years of TriadCity but include
# Report Date Character Bug Report Developer Comments Verified? Close Date Value
4724 11/30/21 chiensha with the iphone client i see the markup here no open
4699 7/24/21 harleyquinn 'help, how do i look up real estate?' help answered with the 'look' command. 2021.07.26: verified, spiffed. ~pooh yes open 100
4684 4/12/21 cinna keyboard on android is hidden by the graffiti board - can't enter new messages no open
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