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Found a bug? Here's how to report them.

Discussion in 'EditorXR' started by amirebrahimi_unity, Dec 29, 2016.

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  1. amirebrahimi_unity

    amirebrahimi_unity

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    Okay, so you found a bug. We're sorry. The AI we're creating that actually writes the code for EditorVR must have gone awry ;) Just kidding...

    Searching or posting to the forum is a great way to start. Others may have encountered the issue or a workaround might exist.

    Seeing as EditorVR is an experimental feature, you can't go submitting a bug using the Unity bug reporter. Our support staff will send you back here :)

    Since we're a small team, we aren't going to be able to auto-magically convert a bug that's posted here in the forum to an actionable item either. That part is up to you. The steps for reporting a bug are simple though:

    1. Create an account on GitHub if you don't already have one.
    2. Look through existing bugs to see if is already there. If not, go to step 4.
    3. If you found the existing bug, then vote it up:
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    4. Create a new issue if you didn't find the issue and apply the "bug" label to the issue:
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    5. To avoid additional back/forth regarding the bug you are reporting, please consider how to report bugs most effectively (disregard the Bug Reporter part).
     
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