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If your issue has already been reported but you have a variation or new information to add, you can click “Add a comment below” on the left side of the issue screen to update the bug report.
A bug should be understandable years later by someone who will never talk to the reporter or assignee.
Be concise, but also make sure you have included all relevant information. Don’t assume the reader will have any context for what you are describing.
Enter a quick description of the problem, followed by the steps to reproduce it.
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