Little bug:Open from existing FTP - shortcut for next is not alt+e. alt+n works Follow Sebastian Lauffer Created August 06, 2012 22:05 Little bug:Open project from existing FTP - shortcut for next is not alt+e. alt+n works
Any bugs should be reported directly to the Issue Tracker.
may its helpful you make a link to the issue tracker from the menu at the edge of this discussion bord. for e.g. me dont knowo where the issue tracker is found. ok i could use search engine. i will do. (but hint is may helpfull for others or me later)
1) Your assumption about me is incorrect.
2) I don't know for sure how you got to the Forums page -- I'd guess it would be Developer Community page or maybe PhpStorm product page. All those pages have links to both Forum and Issue/Bug Tracker ... so I was assuming that you know the link (or where to find it) already. But in any case: Issue Tracker is here .. and in the future I will not be so lazy and will add the link when referring to it.
There is a link to Issue Tracker and the message about it is on the top of the Forum page. It may not be that visible (not like "in your face") ... and usually people do not read/ignore such messages, but anyway:
Sure. I told you before, that i will use google for find the limk (see last posting). i takes seconds.
May sugestions (tip) was to set a link from here to the issue tracker. Yes it was obviously not
There is nothing wrong with where you are from or how good your English is -- it's the way how that message/banner is done -- it is automatically treated as some advertisement banner by vast majority of the people (pretty much everyone) and therefore completely ignored/filtered out. Unless that message will be changed to attract more attention, it will be ignored in most cases. I'm used to see that message, and if one day the message will change (e.g. completely new text, but the overall look will remain the same) I will skip it automatically -- because I'm used to it, it's a part of the design, nothing more.
Such a message would be much more efficient if it would be placed on make new thread page instead of Forum home page -- it is much more relevant there and people do pay more attention when filling the forms compared to normal browsing. It's a proven fact and I have seen the big difference when such change is made on other forums (completely different audience though, nothing to do with programming).
Don't remember saying anything like that.
I cannot implement your suggestion(tip) as I'm simply not related to a JB team in any way :)
where exactly is that shortcut?
Thanks to both of you!
:x for both of you :)