Incorrect. When I play STO, it is in a Window instead of full screen. I have a 24" monitor, so I can afford the extra space to keep the website up. If (when) I come across something that doesn't work (i.e. a bug), I have checked the release notes in the forum to see if it is something recently changed. I try to include that in the report. The more information you can give a debugger while they are investigating a bug, the quicker they can find a fix.
Thank you for bragging, people love that. That aside, when you come across a bug you just need to report it. They don't need you to tell them what bugs they fixed. The only information they need is where the bug happened, what you were doing when it happened, and a description of the bug. The release notes which they created will not help them in fixing a bug.
Irregardless is an illogical word. Please stop using it.
Thank you!! It just bothers me when people use that word. I have to deal with a coworker who swears up and down that it is a word, and "corrects" me every time I use the proper word: "Regardless". And why? Because the pop morning show DJ he listens to all the time says it. OMG!! lol
Originally Posted by Dictionairy.Reference.Com
Word Origin & History
an erroneous word that, etymologically, means the exact opposite of what it is used to express, attested in non-standard writing from at least 1870s (e.g. "Portsmouth Times," Portsmouth, Ohio, U.S.A., April 11, 1874: "We supported the six successful candidates for Council in the face of a strong opposition. We were led to do so because we believed every man of them would do his whole duty, irregardless of party, and the columns of this paper for one year has [sic] told what is needed."); probably a blend of irrespective and regardless. Perhaps inspired by the double negative used as an emphatic.