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Old 26th December 2016
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Hi
Bought and installed N4 today and everything went absolutely flawless.
I am on a Hackintosh with Sierra.
Installation is easy enough, if you are willing to read a little bit on the Acoustica forum about it.
Factory programms work and connecting to my Nebula3 3rd Party libs with <alternativedatapath> (Also a little bit of reading at Acoustica forum) was successful,
All in all it is a tiny bit more twisted to install Nebula than a normal Plugin, but it can be fun to get to know your computer a bit better this way. It is after all our main tool and I think it is OK to invest a little time to understand how things work,

Sound is on par with nebula3 in my quick test with T. Pethericks blue mu compressor. I got 100% cancellation with polarity reverse with the same settings comparing N3 to N4.
Old 26th December 2016
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Hi
Bought and installed N4 today and everything went absolutely flawless.
I am on a Hackintosh with Sierra.
Installation is easy enough, if you are willing to read a little bit on the Acoustica forum about it.
Factory programms work and connecting to my Nebula3 3rd Party libs with <alternativedatapath> (Also a little bit of reading at Acoustica forum) was successful,
All in all it is a tiny bit more twisted to install Nebula than a normal Plugin, but it can be fun to get to know your computer a bit better this way. It is after all our main tool and I think it is OK to invest a little time to understand how things work,

Sound is on par with nebula3 in my quick test with T. Pethericks blue mu compressor. I got 100% cancellation with polarity reverse with the same settings comparing N3 to N4.
Thanks for this informative post. And thanks for doing the cancellation test.

Which version of Neb3 are you using, if I may ask?

Do you see any benefits to using Neb4 over Neb3 yet?
Old 26th December 2016
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What is nebulaman and nebulasetup I already have N4 up and running also I see a bunch of libraries on my desktop slash skins Reverb ,compressor ,EQ should I download those two or did I already do that with the N4 Library guess what I'm asking are they different files are the same any help new here to nebula
Old 26th December 2016
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What is nebulaman and nebulasetup I already have N4 up and running also I see a bunch of libraries on my desktop slash skins Reverb ,compressor ,EQ should I download those two or did I already do that with the N4 Library guess what I'm asking are they different files are the same any help new here to nebula
here's what the downloads look like
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Old 26th December 2016
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Nebula setups
Nebula Setups 2 | Zabukowski Software

Nebulaman
NebulaMan | Zabukowski Software

If you click on the dashboard links I guess they will just take you to the same place you downloaded the N4 library in the first place.
Old 26th December 2016
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Nebula setups
Nebula Setups 2 | Zabukowski Software

Nebulaman
NebulaMan | Zabukowski Software

If you click on the dashboard links I guess they will just take you to the same place you downloaded the N4 library in the first place.
ok kool thanks wonder if it works with N4?
Old 26th December 2016
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Sound is on par with nebula3 in my quick test with T. Pethericks blue mu compressor. I got 100% cancellation with polarity reverse with the same settings comparing N3 to N4.
this is not true for all customers and for all possible settings due to previous bugs and architectures.
For example:

- recently we found a bug happening on prog rate. Basically it is possible the prog rate is "modified" at each save/reload of the song. I call it "bug", section of code were completely rewritten from the scratch (old nebula code was a bit too much optimized and optimistic).
Results -> modfication of prog rate could modify the behaviour of nebula at each save/reload. We worked 2 months in order to debug it (we discovered the effect in previous compressors). It is difficult to forecast when it happens on older engines.

- several settings of lookahead were messing up the whole buffering system of nebula, leading to erratic compression. The bug was discovered at the end of 2014 but it was fixed only in 2016, and it is linked to previous point. Again, if you use the normal 1.5 looakead maybe the situation will be safe, but there were a lot of cases where a different setting was causing issues.

- new automatic dynamic rate conversion could lead to a correct result on many systems, for example protools. For example the plugin starts internally at a default rate even if the external frequency rate is different and apparently it loads the correct sample rate, wthout warnings. But the real frequency rate is different. This is linked with strange behaviour on audio editors, for example wavelab. For example the audio editor renders audio starting a new instance and pushing a saved preset, but without initializing correctly the frequency rate, and notifying it too late (it is too late for nebula, because at this point the program is loaded at a wrong sample rate). The new instance is "hidden" and used just for rendering (so you cannot even verify the program rate or the frequency rate was different).

These are just the first 3 things I remember we did this year. Most of "fixes" are on section of code created specifically for the new engine, so even updating nebula3 server to latest release I don't know how many features or fixes will be propagated back.
Old 26th December 2016
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ok kool thanks wonder if it works with N4?
No idea....if you're new to Neb then your best bet is probably to forget about them for the time being and get your head around some of the included stuff and the free Henry Olonga AYCE bundle....link below in case no-one pointed you to it yet.

FREE! - Nebulapresets
http://www.nebulapresets.com/Nebulap...ion_preset.pdf
Old 26th December 2016
  #219
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ok kool thanks wonder if it works with N4?
I don't think it works with N4.
Old 26th December 2016
  #220
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this is not true for all customers and for all possible settings due to previous bugs and architectures.
For example:

- recently we found a bug happening on prog rate. Basically it is possible the prog rate is "modified" at each save/reload of the song. I call it "bug", section of code were completely rewritten from the scratch (old nebula cose was a bit too much optimized and optimistic).
Results -> modfication of prog rate could modify the behaviour of nebula at each save/reload. We worked 2 months in order to debug it (we discovered the effect in previous compressors). It is difficult to forecast when it happens on older engines.

- several settings of lookahead were messing up the whole buffering system of nebula, leading to erratic compression. The bug was discovered at the end of 2014 but it was fixed only in 2016, and it is linked to previous point. Again, if you use the normal 1.5 looakead maybe the situation will be safe, but there were a lot of cases where a different setting was causing issues.

- new automatic dynamic rate conversion could lead to a correct result on many systems, for example protools. For example the plugin starts internally at a default rate even if the external frequency rate is different and apparently it loads the correct sample rate, wthout warnings. But the real frequency rate is different. This is linked with strange behaviour on audio editors, for example wavelab. For example the audio editor renders audio starting a new instance and pushing a saved preset, but without initializing correctly the frequency rate, and notifying it too late (it is too late for nebula, because at this point the program is loaded at a wrong sample rate). The new instance is "hidden" and used just for rendering (so you cannot even verify the program rate or the frequency rate was different).

These are just the first 3 things I remember we did this year. Most of "fixes" are on section of code created specifically for the new engine, so even updating nebula3 server to latest release I don't know how many features or fixes will be propagated back.
Seems like I am ok with Neb3 for now. I'm not on protools and most of my compressors rely on a 1.5 lookahead. Thanks for the info. I might switch to N4 when you can load multiple instances ... which was kind of the intriguing aspect of N4 from the beginning.

Again, we need actual data like the user above provided with the cancellation test. For the developer to say, oh there were bunch of improvements but I don't remember them all, just isn't an acceptable reason to upgrade. Keep a list, bro.
Old 27th December 2016
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these are just the first 3 things I remember. If you are on Nebula3 pro, we are speaking about a product updated last time during 2014. I don't even remember how many fixes we did. Basically it is possible you are lucky with a specific library, but most of "bugs" where happening just as "bugs" (so 20 times they load correctly, 1 not).
It is possible something is the same on a specific library and not the same on other ones. It could be linked with your host. It could be linked with your frequency rate. It could be linked with the specific optimization the developer did on a specific library.

I want to explain why I'm not surprised someone has better results on the same libraries on several specific systems while other ones don't find any differences for a specific case.
Old 27th December 2016
  #222
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these are just the first 3 things I remember. If you are on Nebula3 pro, we are speaking about a product updated last time during 2014. I don't even remember how many fixes we did. Basically it is possible you are lucky with a specific library, but most of "bugs" where happening just as "bugs" (so 20 times they load correctly, 1 not).
It is possible something is the same on a specific library and not the same on other ones. It could be linked with your host. It could be linked with your frequency rate. It could be linked with the specific optimization the developer did on a specific library.

I want to explain why I'm not surprised someone has better results on the same libraries on several specific systems while other ones don't find any differences for a specific case.
uh huh ... sure ... so it loads fine 20 times but not fine 1. guess i better buy the upgrade to nebula 4 so that one time doesn't happen right?

they have a saying in new jersey: puleeeze
Old 27th December 2016
  #223
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they call them bugs... we worked for two years updating and debugging code for this exact reason.
In a perfect world the resulting code is just perfect. But audio development is not a perfect world. Being a massive multithreading environment, the fixing of bugs is really a complex task.
For example the host could notify the frequency rate "late" in several cases, leading to a wrong frequency rate there. Now simple plugins don't have this issue: they receive the new frequency rate and they modify the internal parameters. You cannot do it easily with a rompler with a very slow loading time. If you do it you are doomed: several customers have an external clock, so the frequency rate changes continuously. So everything is a compromise, and we need really years for ironing things with all possible combinations of hosts and os.
Than add the new variable: many 3rd party developers are modifying heavily the engine without a knowledge of the consequences. Many modifications are beyond what we planned or tested. Than add a new variable: new features add bugs, and we need years for discovering them.

here a simple example:
- we add to the engine a new feature and a bug
- we detatch a new engine
- we receive a report
- after some time we fix it. The bug happens on a detatched section of code which belongs to the new engine
- at this point the product based on the older engine has a bug and we are sure of having fixed it because betatesters are obvioiusly focused on the newest engine

The situation is worse when the bug is on a 3rd party library. Sometimes we don't have the 3rd party library for testing (recently we started asking ALL libraries to ALL 3rd party developers just for that). Sometimes the issue is raised later, after an engine is not updated any more.
Old 27th December 2016
  #224
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they call them bugs... we worked for two years updating and debugging code for this exact reason.
In a perfect world the resulting code is just perfect. But audio development is not a perfect world. Being a massive multithreading environment, the fixing of bugs is really a complex task.
For example the host could notify the frequency rate "late" in several cases, leading to a wrong frequency rate there. Now simple plugins don't have this issue: they receive the new frequency rate and they modify the internal parameters. You cannot do it easily with a rompler with a very slow loading time. If you do it you are doomed: several customers have an external clock, so the frequency rate changes continuously. So everything is a compromise, and we need really years for ironing things with all possible combinations of hosts and os.
Than add the new variable: many 3rd party developers are modifying heavily the engine without a knowledge of the consequences. Many modifications are beyond what we planned or tested. Than add a new variable: new features add bugs, and we need years for discovering them.

here a simple example:
- we add to the engine a new feature and a bug
- we detatch a new engine
- we receive a report
- after some time we fix it. The bug happens on a detatched section of code which belongs to the new engine
- at this point the product based on the older engine has a bug and we are sure of having fixed it because betatesters are obvioiusly focused on the newest engine

The situation is worse when the bug is on a 3rd party library. Sometimes we don't have the 3rd party library for testing (recently we started asking ALL libraries to ALL 3rd party developers just for that). Sometimes the issue is raised later, after an engine is not updated any more.
So N4 is a bug fixed version of N3?
You should probably send a notice to N3 users that their software has a lot of bugs. Right?
I'm not joking ... I'm serious.

Are you going to send N3 users a list of the OS and DAW bugs? That way we can know if our OS and DAW is an issue. If for example, my OS and DAW does not have bug issues, then I would have no reason to give you money for the upgrade. But if it does, then I would. That's kind of the logical way to proceed, right?

I've spent a lot of time working with Nebula 3. I didn't know it had a lot of bugs.
Old 27th December 2016
  #225
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Zaphod,

What program rate do you recommend to avoid the bug on compressors you say is happening in Nebula 3?

What program rate is best?

I would like to avoid the problem.
Old 27th December 2016
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For every band needed, just load in another NEBULA.
Could be 3 or 4 on a track depending, in which case, we use a combination of the CLEAN Presets along with a FULL Preset to maintain harmonic accuracy of the hardware.

Combined with NEBULA Consoles, Pre-Amps, and or TAPES ... often times, much less EQ is needed [compared to only algos].

There are plenty of special techniques we have used over the years to maximize the workflow [which is something we had to adapt in exchange for the sonics].

The ACQUA format simplifies the process ... but internally, N4 and ACQUA are of similar concept [Engine].

Personally, for my work, I still have preference for NEBULA libraries. Yes, there are ACQUAs that I do like too ... I call on either based on the need.
What nebula libraries do you prefer over acquas? I have lime, sand, purple and navy, nice outboard compressors/colour boxes and a crap tonne of algo plugs. Not sure how much I'd gain from nebula. Cheers
Old 27th December 2016
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This happens for all possible software in the world, it is the reason why software is continuously maintained.
Read my example again. It is not my intention to create bugs, but they happen. We don't even remember all tings we fixed or created few months ago, and propagating all possible fixes to all possible previous versions is beyond what my little brain can do.

If you are serious about software you should be always stay on a branch which is alive, it is supported and more important, it is maintained.
It happens everyday for all software of the world. There are two reasons for un update (do it for oracle, for java, for your daw or whatever plugin):
- you need a new feature
- you need to stay on a debugged and maintained system (for various reasons: security, bug fixing).

This is partially true for a normal plug-in, and true for a general purpose engine. We continously debug and fix things. All our betatesters know it very well.

There is "not" a program rate. There is "not" a specific setting which makes you safe.
Simply someone reports something wrong, we try to replicate it and during weeks or months we try to figure a solution. Sometimes we prefer to rewrite a small section of code, or use different structures or more elegant constructs.
Sometimes we discover a behaviour in a particular host we were not aware of. Than also hosts have their upgrades, leading to new issues. Os are updated, leading to new issues. This is software.
Old 27th December 2016
  #228
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This happens for all possible software in the world, it is the reason why software is continuously maintained.
Read my example again. It is not my intention to create bugs, but they happen. We don't even remember all tings we fixed or created few months ago, and propagating all possible fixes to all possible previous versions is beyond what my little brain can do.

If you are serious about software you should be always stay on a branch which is alive, it is supported and more important, it is maintained.
It happens everyday for all software of the world. There are two reasons for un update (do it for oracle, for java, for your daw or whatever plugin):
- you need a new feature
- you need to stay on a debugged and maintained system (for various reasons: security, bug fixing).

This is partially true for a normal plug-in, and true for a general purpose engine. We continously debug and fix things. All our betatesters know it very well.

There is "not" a program rate. There is "not" a specific setting which makes you safe.
Simply someone reports something wrong, we try to replicate it and during weeks or month we try to figure a solution. Sometimes we prefer to rewrite a small section of code, or use different structures or more elegant constructs.
Sometimes we discover a behaviour in a particular host we were not aware of. Than also hosts have their upgrades, leading to new issues. Os are updated, leading to new issues. This is software.
Ok. It sounds like I'll just stay with Nebula 3 then. Because according to you all software has bugs ... so Nebula 4 will have its own bugs. And since it is just released, probably smarter for me to stay on 3 for now. Thanks.

(I only asked about Program Rate because you said there was a Program Rate issue.)

(And when you say we aren't "safe" on Nebula 3, you just sound silly. Calm down.)
Old 27th December 2016
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yes if you think you'll never change your os, daw any more, or other plugins and the situation of your computer is perfectly immutable.
Many of issues are just created because all other software evolves. Or hardware. I remember a nasty bug happening on xeons, because processors are really parallel there so there were synchronization issues.

I don't even remember what we fixed after 2014. I'm not even sure the version you are running is working at the full prog rate speed the developer planned.
For example I remember progr rate for compressor was unlocked between 2014 and 2015. It caused a lot of issues on other parameters, for example lookahead.
I remember bmanic was speaking about an erratic behaviour of lookahead at the end of 2014. I don't remember anything else.
I know only we fixed lookahead in 2016. Maybe you are affected and we don't know it.

But back to the original topic: I told you that your experience could be in this case different from other users. I don't have an evidence of the reason why several users are reporting a better audio rendering, if it is true or not, but I told you, I'm not suprised. One of the things I listed could be the reason for that (or maybe other ones I don't remember), and they are all things which happened (and more important, betatesters could confirm it because we worked hard on several ones).

edit: 1.3.903 is 16th march 2015. They are really almost 2 years ago.
Old 27th December 2016
  #230
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What nebula libraries do you prefer over acquas? I have lime, sand, purple and navy, nice outboard compressors/colour boxes and a crap tonne of algo plugs. Not sure how much I'd gain from nebula. Cheers
It's the general consensus among Nebula users that there are some real Nebula gems in the 3rd party libraries. This is how I look at it:

Consoles: Get a bunch of Alex B's

EQs: Get Alex's for the more traditional EQs, and go with Tim P's for the more esoteric stuff.

Compressors: Alex and Tim both offer a wide range of choices that are great

Esoteric stuff in general: Go with Olonga. His Mic library is amazing. And also check out Signaltonoize. Eric at Signaltonoize has sample a ton of intriguing things. His "powered buss" will literally lift your mix and give it punch.

For Reverbs: Go with AITB. Their libraries are set up in the most simple ready to use way.

For other cool esoteric stuff ... check out CDSoundmaster. Their libraries are older ... but some of them are hard to beat. The Drum Compressor is very useful, and the reverbs in The Producer Pack are the only real room reverbs that I am aware of for Nebula, and they sound great. CDSoundmaster is a great resource for tapes and tubes as well.
Old 27th December 2016
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Because according to you all software has bugs
if we all decided to use only bug-free software, none of us would have any software to run, ever. Yes, all software of any complexity has bugs.
Old 27th December 2016
  #232
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if we all decided to use only bug-free software, none of us would have any software to run, ever. Yes, all software of any complexity has bugs.
Of course.

But I assume you get my point if you read the thread.
Old 27th December 2016
  #233
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yes if you think you'll never change your os, daw any more, or other plugins and the situation of your computer is perfectly immutable.
Many of issues are just created because all other software evolves. Or hardware. I remember a nasty bug happening on xeons, because processors are really parallel there so there were synchronization issues.

I don't even remember what we fixed after 2014. I'm not even sure the version you are running is working at the full prog rate speed the developer planned.
For example I remember progr rate for compressor was unlocked between 2014 and 2015. It caused a lot of issues on other parameters, for example lookahead.
I remember bmanic was speaking about an erratic behaviour of lookahead at the end of 2014. I don't remember anything else.
I know only we fixed lookahead in 2016. Maybe you are affected and we don't know it.

But back to the original topic: I told you that your experience could be in this case different from other users. I don't have an evidence of the reason why several users are reporting a better audio rendering, if it is true or not, but I told you, I'm not suprised. One of the things I listed could be the reason for that (or maybe other ones I don't remember), and they are all things which happened (and more important, betatesters could confirm it because we worked hard on several ones).
No offense, Zaphod, but this is all so vague. You don't remember what you fixed after 2014? Then who does? What do you decide to remember?

I have no reason to upgrade because you have not given me verifiable specifics. The only person who gave a specific was the person who ran a cancellation test on Tim's Vari Mu compressor on N3 and N4 and they phase cancelled. Do you have a test where they don't phase cancel? If so, please let us know. If not, then we have to rely on the test that was done.

Think about it from the consumer's perspective. It genuinely feels like you are trying to scare us into buying your upgrade.

I ain't afraid of no ghosts.

(And because I won't buy your upgrade, you say that I am never going to buy a new computer or new plugins ... again that just sounds strange. So basically I am a stupid cave man because I won't buy your upgrade. Come on, sir. Be authentic.)
Old 27th December 2016
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They are 200 versions, I need to check all possible logs in our svn repository
I think we fixed more than 100 bugs meanwhile (when I'll have time I'll count them). Most of issues were created in updates ranging from 2014 and 2015, because I was back writing code after a long time. But most of new features in nebula 3 pro were delivered that year, like fast compressors.
Why are you so surprised?

Anyway I'll stop here, believe what you want.
I don't have to convince you.
I'm still trying to explain something simple: why your test means nothing for other people and even for you. We fixed bugs. It happened really.
Old 27th December 2016
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NEBULA 4 Will not show in Manager.

Hell ! the idiots that hang around this channel.

Anyway, I doubt anyone will have this problem, but just in case it visits you.

That is that Nebula 4 and Free, just will not show in your plugin Manager, no matter what you try, I have eventually discovered that a problem that causes this in Windows 8.1, maybe others too, is that " MSVCP 100.dll" has been corrupted or removed by ' Windows update. '

Well, I still have some hair left, so,

By the way Cubase 9 'Blacklisted' the vst 2 version, presume it's the same problem, but I'm not about to try it, vst3 will do me fine for now.
Old 27th December 2016
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Thank you, it is an interesting report
Old 27th December 2016
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Hell ! the idiots that hang around this channel.

Anyway, I doubt anyone will have this problem, but just in case it visits you.

That is that Nebula 4 and Free, just will not show in your plugin Manager, no matter what you try, I have eventually discovered that a problem that causes this in Windows 8.1, maybe others too, is that " MSVCP 100.dll" has been corrupted or removed by ' Windows update. '

Well, I still have some hair left, so,

By the way Cubase 9 'Blacklisted' the vst 2 version, presume it's the same problem, but I'm not about to try it, vst3 will do me fine for now.

Why are you calling people idiots?

I'm a sincere Nebula 3 user who hasn't found a legitimate reason to upgrade to Nebula 4 yet.

Take a breath, bro.
Old 27th December 2016
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Why are you calling people idiots?

I'm a sincere Nebula 3 user who hasn't found a legitimate reason to upgrade to Nebula 4 yet.

Take a breath, bro.
You yourself said it ! Not me!
Old 27th December 2016
  #239
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You yourself said it ! Not me!
What are you talking about?

No one knows but you.
Old 27th December 2016
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They are 200 versions, I need to check all possible logs in our svn repository
I think we fixed more than 100 bugs meanwhile (when I'll have time I'll count them). Most of issues were created in updates ranging from 2014 and 2015, because I was back writing code after a long time. But most of new features in nebula 3 pro were delivered that year, like fast compressors.
Why are you so surprised?

Anyway I'll stop here, believe what you want.
I don't have to convince you.
I'm still trying to explain something simple: why your test means nothing for other people and even for you. We fixed bugs. It happened really.
So you aren't going to provide the information to us?

Great ...
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