Andrew Lee wrote:
It just won't:
1) Bubble to the top of the list on the main page i.e. it will remain where it is, which is probably still quite near the top if the last update was recent eg. yesterday.
2) Appear in the RSS feed
yeah, i understand that,
what im saying there should be a check box to bypass that and put it at the top of the list,
say an app caused a blue screen when run, and it was last updated to where its on page 2-3 by the time the fix came out, but its passed its update limit,
if the crash is fixed, it would be a critical update, imo, and Should be moved back to the top of the update list for ppl that check TPFC but maybe not the apps home page,
now, im not aware of anything like this ever happening around here, but when its comes to computers i tend to be overly cautious, so id rather annoy a few ppl with a new update then cause other ppl system problems,
ideally youd have a system where you could submit an app for an emergency update posting, that would then only get moved to the top after being approve by some of the higher ranked members,
but that seems more trouble then its worth, and i think the members here are good enough not to abuse a 'emergency update' check box,
@Lyx, yeah, i get what youre saying and its not a bad idea, im just more comfortable with a bypass in case its ever needed,
(though im also with Andy that a month is abit much, but eh,
Side note though,
if youre separating the New Apps and the App Updates into two feeds, plus cutting the App listing down to 1-2 line(s), do we really Need a limit on how many times it can be updated?