Latest 3.0 Build - Bitter-Sweet news
I'll start off by saying that after 3 months of not touching a 3.0 nightly build, I decided to check and see what was new. I'll start with the bad news so that I can end on a good note.
Many, many, many bugs and crashes. I can hardly do anything with the 3.0 builds. Personally, I was definitely not a fan of this kind of behavior coming from a build that was tested/updated daily, but now that I see the progress coming along in the form of 2.1 (and now 2.2 being tested), I've come to view the 3.0 builds in a different perspective. I'm not a fan of most of the changes that are in 3.0 and I think a lot of it is frustrating, but I can now see that all of it's going to be focused/improved on in a future update, or some of the features will just not be present altogether.
As for the good news, something that's been bugging me since the beginning of these builds were the scaling errors that were caused from *possibly* installing a new font to your PC. I tested it today, and am very happy to say that these problems are not an issue anymore. Hopefully, this problem doesn't ever pop up in a future build again. I've attached the rushed PDF.
EDIT: I'm NOT complaining that the 3.0 builds are buggy and that they should be stable. I used to expect too much, but now I've gained some perspective on what they are. A list of ideas that can be picked out and worked on for a more stable update such as 2.1 (and now 2.2). I have no problems with that.
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