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Originally Posted by whpalmer4 View Post
Maybe it's just my background as an O/S and networking engineer speaking, but I've always considered any bug that causes a program to crash when presented with well-formed input or proper operation to be a bug that has a very high priority for fixing by default.
I absolutely agree with you.

I also think that the location of this crash-inducing defect in code that is shared between several Omni products (and prevents the correct execution of scripts that work perfectly well from script menus) means that any time and thought devoted to it will have very useful leverage.

Perhaps crashers and shared code are a slight blind patch in the generally rational system of simply counting votes ?