I am a little disappointed of how I see users reply to the wishes. It's a true gem that this community exists and I believe we can all make it greater too!
Here's the thing. Someone posts a wish like this "I want the X tool" or "I want this tool to do Y as well". The users answer to this topic and suggest workarounds, and this is truly wonderful! Of course there are workarounds, how did we do our job 5 years ago? But the user that wrote the post did not want a workaround, he wanted to make a wish. The users should reply if this wish is helpful or not. Also, there should not be a "Accept as a solution" button. There would be a solution if there was a question at first. But it's not a question thing "how do I do that?", it's a wish. There should be a poll and we should vote. The replies would serve as a booster for the AC team to consider.
Allegedly a new Wishes facility is coming which may focus the replies, but I also think the diverse responses are part of the process. We have seen in the past noobs having a knee **beep** reaction after leaving Autocad and asking for multiple buttons to do "X". If that route was blindly followed you end up with an interface that just becomes ever more difficult to navigate. When other users post it helps mitigate those potentially unnecessary additions when, with a minor change in work flow, you can achieve the same thing. They also sometimes offer a better way of working or just a work around to get the job done while we wait for any possible update. I also think it helps when GS reads the replies to determine the nature of the problem, (if there is one), and how best to incorporate it. You may also be seeing more posts under wishes as the ability to vote for or against an idea is not currently available. So for the time being I think you may have to tolerate these "truly wonderful" posts. 😉
Edit: It would appear the word censor is set to High on this forum. 😂
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