It's nice to see you folks are fixing "very rare" issues like these:
Quote: Version 126.96.36.199
This release fixes a very rare issue with notes that can occur if a new note is added simultaneously on the same thought on two separate, synced instances of a Brain.
It may be rare, but an important issue nevertheless, so, even though not an issue I personally face, thanks.
However, I (we) have been again and again disappointed by updates which do not resolve much more common issues which have existed since PersonalBrain4,
such as the ones mentioned in this forum post regarding update to 188.8.131.52.
How do you set priorities for resolving issues? Could you also please
explain the rationale behind releasing an update which contains a single fix for a very rare issue while other more common issues go on for years ignored by development/support?
Somewhat bitterly yours once again,