Sometimes if you add too many issues or episodes in a short period of time some of the issues/episodes will "detach" and lose all data i.e. the issues/episodes will not be linked to the volume/series, the user added default image will be gone leaving CV's default image and any text added to the deck/comment field will disappear so you are left with a free floating issue/episode with no default image and empty fields except for the issue/episode name if you add it, that does show up. The most recent time this happened was a couple hours ago when I added 39 issues in under a minute, 2 out of 39 were glitched in this way.
I hadn't noticed it until just now but when you use the top search bar you can't go back in the pages of results, only See More is available. Also this is an old bug that is still around but it has to do with search, a lot of the time the results will get stuck on the third page of results, clicking See More just reloads the third page of results.
February fuzzy dates are slipping to March again. To reproduce go to an issue page with no previous dates added, and from the month drop down select February and it will display March. If you re-select it will actually use February so it is just the initial February that slips.
An old bug got fixed: if you add an image from a url to a wiki gallery you no longer get the error when you try to make it default and no more refreshing after adding before you can make the image default, works as it should now.
Has anyone purchased a season pass or add-on for a game before installing the base game? I'm trying to figure out if it will let me before trying.
I plan on getting Shadow of the Tomb Raider for Black Friday and having it shipped to me but the Season Pass for it is currently on sale at the Playstation Store, the sale will end before I receive my physical copy of Shadow, I'm hoping I'll be able to buy the Season Pass before my copy arrives.
It is nice to not have search results smooshed together anymore but now it is too far apart, this is another thing that doesn't work well on a computer screen, visually it looks nice but from a practical standpoint it's not great at higher and/or widescreen resolutions, especially for association searches, it requires a lot of left/right eye movement to confirm you are adding the right associations based off the meta-data. I think it needs to be re-evaluated.