When we release a new AVR Studio version, we get a lot of feedback. We really appreciate that, it helps us make the product better.
The problem is that we get the feedback through too many channels, which makes it a bit difficult to follow up. If you have a question or bug report regarding AVR Studio, we'd appreciate you do one of the following:
1. If you want to air it to the freaks community, just post it as a public message in a new thread in this forum (please not in this thread as it will grow too long). We do follow this forum, and will try to answer when we see people run into bugs or problems that have not been discussed earlier.
2. If you want to report it directly to Atmel, please use the e-mail address avrbeta at atmel dot com if it is a technical question regarding AVR Studio or associated tools. If it is a more general AVR question or a non-technical question, avr at atmel dot com is the correct address.
Please do NOT
- send bug reports as private forum messages to Atmel developers
- send bug reports as e-mail directly to individual Atmel developers whose e-mail adddress you have acquired through earlier communication.
The above is true even if you (think you) know who is the right person to answer your question.
Following these simple rules will make it easier for us to follow up inquiries, register bugs, and coordinate responses, and ultimately give us more time to work with and improve AVR Studio.
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