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  1. The 1st one is self explanatory from the title. It is messing up the numbers in themes by being inverted. The second one is that by using "undo", there's a chance that a whole screen will replicate the previous screen and the non-replicated screen will just be lost. I'll try to explain it in a another way. A screen can copy-paste itself on another screen when using "undo" and replace it. You end up with two of the same screens whilst completely losing every previous data from the other screen. Do not know for sure how to replicate this bug and what are the criteria for which screen will be replicated. I have only noticed one pattern, a screen always replicates the screen above it. It has happened to me in previous Theme Designer versions as well though, not just the latest one. Your best chance to replicate it would be to spam "undo" enough times and watch the bug happen. If you're a designer and you absolutely need to use "undo", use with caution and make sure your work is saved. Once this bug happens, it can't be reverted. It doesn't auto-save like the Language Tab bug though after the bug so you can re-load your theme and move on. Reminder of the Language Tab bug here which replicates your current settings to another theme and auto-saves them.
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  2. У меня никогда не было проблем с инвертированием, хотя я очень много использовал эту функцию. Иногда при проверке тем приходится много раз загружать и выгружать тему, множество раз приходиться отменить действия и в этом случае иногда происходит дублирование экранов, но при этом я заметил. что во-первых: это бывает если не перегружать Theme Designer. во-вторых: я использую два разных ноутбука и проблемы дублирования экранов происходят только на одном из них. Мне кажется, что дублирование экранов это проблема не корректной работы операционной системы и Theme Designer
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  3. I am currently working on 3 DNA Color Themes. I modified one of them to a different language (Greek). Therefore i went to the language tab and changed all the messages and a few other things to that language. All good so far, i saved it. After a while I opened the second file that i am working on and the language tab was changed to Greek without me ever doing that. I open up the 3rd theme, same thing. I was starting to think that the language tab became a personal setting or something and the theme had no control over it. The language tab transfers all its settings to other themes you've worked on recently. When you save a theme file, there's a good chance the language tab will be saved to other themes you were working on recently. I checked older themes and file themes i had, it wasn't transferred there when i opened them. Therefore my conclusion that it only transfers to themes you've recently worked on. 1st thing that crossed my mind is that it is related to the session. Therefore i was closing the program and re-opened it to work on another theme to avoid this issue. Did not matter at all, the issue happened again in less than 20 minutes. Im terrified to open Theme Designer at this point, don't want my Themes to get infected by the language tab. Since I'm on the language tab issues, might as well report another problem, this one is minor compared to the other one. Fields there are blank by default. But if you EVER type something in a field, it can NEVER be blank ever again. Which is just inconvenient in the least since we need to re-type everything it originally says.
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  4. Not necessarily. If no extra features (such as Power Delivery, USB3.x speeds, etc.) are required, a simple drop-in replacement board can be used - which pretty much just wires the USB2.0 lines (5V, GND, Tx and Rx) to the proper Type-C lines, and adds the appropriate resistors (Type-C uses quite a few safety measures, e.g. cable sensing, and even cables are authenticated for higher power use, etc. - all of this is not required for USB2.0, where these features are disabled by putting proper resistors between certain lines of the Type-C connector host). However no such design exists for the DNA75C/250C as of now. The key difference between such a drop-in board and the adapter you're recommending is that while one can verify that the board is up to spec, they can't do so with an adapter that is already packaged. And most of these adapters are not up to spec. Unfortunately, the whole Type-C market was, for the past two years, a huge clusterfuck thanks to chinese manufacturers jumping on the bandwagon and spewing out incompatible products, endangering all the users. What I hope for is that the next Evolv DNA board will be Type-C native.
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