from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The quality of being buggy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being infested with bugs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being buggy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of having bugs
Just installed Jaunty the other day on my netbook (and about six times on my wife's due to some bizarre bugginess after installs) and figure I might as well take advantage of this. nortexoid
I hated the bugginess of the PS3 version -- you probably didn't get this on PC, but I had slowdown, molotov cocktails that hung suspended in mid air, enemies who would get out of jeeps and stand in mid-air shooting down at me or who would scale cliffs that I couldn't climb.
For that market, the Air seems like a good bet to become a hit, provided it doesn't turn out to be crippled by poor performance or bugginess.
The first STALKER game was a fun FPS adventure game, but it was plagued with technical bugginess and a laggy engine.
This could lead, of course, to slower functionality when re-maximising Firefox, or even bugginess.
The switch over has been seamless, though I've spent a bit of time playing with the tags, another function with which they blow Geezeo out of the water in terms of ease and anti-bugginess.
Just installed Jaunty the other day on my netbook and about six times on my wife's due to some bizarre bugginess after installs and figure I might as well take advantage of this.
Fortunately there is an excellent freeware program called AceMoney Lite, and it has pretty much all the features I need, without the bugginess and hassles of MS Money and Quicken.
On my Mac, the agenda panel did white out intermittently, but even with slight bugginess its usefulness makes it a keeper.
When I bump into any interface problem or bugginess nowadays, I quickly grab a screenshot with Skitch and upload it to Flickr with a few notes.