Known bugs in [MA][GNU]S
This is the known bugs list for version 1.01 (4/13/97). If you have an
older version and you know of a bug that isn't listed here, please
check the change
log to see if it is one we already fixed. If not, mail firstname.lastname@example.org
with a description of the bug and how to reproduce it. Note that our
definition of the word bug is quite loose; if there is anything you
don't like about [MA][GNU]S let us know!
Transitional throws never bounce. Changing to a pattern that is the
same up to modifiers can cause far too fancy a transition.
Some of the animation related to bouncing is ugly.
If you switch quickly between asynchronous and synchronous
patterns, the transitional throws created will only land after the
last synchrony change. This can lead to absurdly high throws. Of
course, you probably shouldn't be switching the pattern so frequently
Saved window layouts often don't work, especially on fast
machines. (We suspect this is a Java problem.) Windows can appear in
the wrong place, and subwindows are sometimes displayed wrong.
- Bounced 1s and 2s are ugly.
- Sometimes the fingers appear to get sliced off.