What would be nice is an actual working system or way to submit bug reports without being re directed here by Twitch Staff. Or an option to make a bug report when making a Support Ticket.
Because, even though it says "Help / Report a Bug". There is NO options to select in regards to bug reports.
Here is my bug report too just in case, (Changing password)
- United States
- Vivaldi (Chrome based)
- Error message = "That password is to easy to guess"
I would also like to add in some extra info about the bug.
The password being used is 70 characters long. (Regardless, still happens with less characters)
The password gen that made the password can be found here: https://github.com/therealOri/PassGen
The password generator makes passwords with unicode, greek, korean, russian, portuguese, numbers, and english letters/characters. (soon to be many more).
I have found out that certain symbols and potentially any language other than english makes this bug happen. I assume it's the certain symbols that break it more so, as it'd be dumb to freak out/break over other languages being used.
When changing your password to something really long and complex that happens to have certain symbols and languages, it breaks and says that it is to easy to guess, when in reality..that is not possible.
Absolute joke, especially when the bug I need to report is the bug in the support form that is preventing me from requesting support. HAPPENS ALL THE TIME.
ja trasmiti mais de 10 horas pra cumprir a meta pra se tornar um afiliado e simplesmente esta bugado falando que transmiti apenas 3,5 horas
I totally agree! It's a joke.
I clicked on something that said about reporting a bug only to be sent to a "Contact us" page and even going through the options of Category: General, Sub Category: Generic Issue, I still have to pick one of a bunch of options that make no sense or even fit any bug I want to report.
I understand there is a lot of people on the platform and so many reports would be made, there still should be a place to report things where someone for real looked at it.