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All Out War 2 - View topic - Priority is irrelevant
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We, as the dev team, will decide the priority of bugs. Some bugs might be marked by their reporters as high priority, when in fact there are dozens of ways around the issue that the reporter had not originally considered. When such bugs are found, we often don't act on them as quickly as say, a credit exploit - in some cases, we may not even act on them at all.

It would be kind of you not to include the bug priority in your topic, though this isn't a rule. We're just not going to respond to it any faster if we don't agree with you on it. :)

What's more important? What build, map, and base (or location) it occurs on. That information is far more useful to us.


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