I would like to think this is done on purpose, for this reason… However, it does seem a harsh way to get us to use a variety of syntax - a much better approach would be to state at the outset that this is what they are trying to do, and then make it clear in the task instructions which type of syntax they would like us to practise, rather than it being left to frustrating and time-consuming trial-and-error guess work
What I’m concerned about more than anything, is the sense some people have that their Bug Reports aren’t being responded to. As there is a specific Bug Reporting facility for this purpose, I can understand rant and raves in this forum (instead of an actual Bug Report) to fall on deaf ears, but if actual Bug Reports aren’t being acted upon, then that’s worrying!
@byteslayer77703, @jeltehomminga, is that actually the case? Did you submit Bug Reports following the prescribed procedure?..as explained here:
I submitted quite a few bugs and issues via this procedure during my first couple of months with Codecademy. However, as I never had any acknowledgement of receipt, I did start wondering whether they were acted upon. As they take a fair amount of time to describe and submit properly, I actually started sending less and less…
…does anyone else have any thoughts on this?
If anyone is interested, here’s a link to another of my posts on this subject: