If testing an issue, where to post?

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freedman
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If testing an issue, where to post?

Postby freedman » Fri Feb 01, 2019 6:28 pm

I'm about to post some tests that show bugs with modeling. For instance; I draw a block with a hex post attached and when I move the hex post I get a topological error. I'm not sure where to put a post like this, I will run these tests in both standard and Assy3. I would like to put them someplace where developers will see them and maybe work thru some issues. Should I just use the Help section, Open discussion?

Wondering if there should be another topic section added to the Board index? " FreeCAD model testing (current version)"

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chrisb
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Re: If testing an issue, where to post?

Postby chrisb » Fri Feb 01, 2019 9:49 pm

I think you should put these in the Assembly subforum, because it's mainly realthunders branch that deals with topological naming issues. I don't think they are (yet) of big interest for other developers. The issues are well known as are their origins.
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Re: If testing an issue, where to post?

Postby freedman » Fri Feb 01, 2019 11:39 pm

That makes since, perfect.