Marcus Crestani writes:
Thanks for the link. I'll check it out.
Everything I said back then is unfortunately still valid today.
lot of work.
I figured that was the story.
Being forced to revisit this every release may increase the chance
we'll fix this, maybe?
It's theoretically possible, but, my experience is that the only way
to get this kind of thing fixed is to remove the whole buggy feature.
Otherwise people just keep repeating the easy patch anyway. I'm not
sure how to do that in this case. :-)
New OS versions come out only every couple of years, so in practice it
doesn't much matter. I'm not going to tell you you should change your
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