Tip: Reporting Blender Bugs

In this quick Blender 2.5 video tip we demonstrate how to effectively submit bug reports. This includes general guidelines on what and what not to do and how to actually report a bug for the developers.

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9 Responses to “Tip: Reporting Blender Bugs”
  1. Posts: 55
    James F says:

    I haven’t found any (I think) bugs in the beta, I guess they are harder to find. I reported some in the alpha. I’m glad they fixed the object re-naming crash bug

  2. Posts: 55
    James F says:

    I haven’t found any (I think) bugs in the beta, I guess they are harder to find. I reported some in the alpha. I’m glad they fixed the object re-naming crash bug

  3. Posts: 3
    simon says:

    Nice tip :) what was the “toolbar” in chrome that you have?

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      simon says:

      To the right of the searchbar ;)

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        They are all Chrome Extensions.

        I have: Color Picker, Tab Menu, Webpage Screenshot, Eyedropper, and Google Calendar Checker. :)

        -Jonathan

  4. Posts: 2
    Fred says:

    Just what I needed, thanks.

  5. Posts: 4
    Tungee says:

    Thanx Nathan.
    Guys to speed up development, please take part withn this…..

  6. Posts: 5
    Dim says:

    Don’t forget to also mention the revision number you encounter the bug on, as well as your machine’s specs (at least your operating system).

  7. Posts: 7
    The Fatsnacker says:

    Nice,

    you might want to do a piece on Blenderstorm http://www.blenderstorm.org, a website for logging ‘wish’ features or improvements.

    regards

    TFS

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