|Midnight_Voice||'Average user with Secunia PSI' not being updated in Dashboard (still)|
|11th May, 2011 18:27|
User Since: 1st Oct, 2010
System Score: 96%
Last edited on 11th May, 2011 18:28
Despite this thread:
being locked - and what I thought was a useful clarification getting an inexplicable -1 relevance score - the problem continues, nothing has been done, and there is no acknowledgement of the problem.
It seems it's been overlooked... :-(
In summary: I score 100%, the 'Average User with PSI' scores 95%, and yet I do not see a 5% difference reported in the Dashboard, but only a 0% difference.
The difference figure for the 'Average User without PSI', 15%, is correctly shown.
Assuming it's a universal issue (is anyone else seeing this?) I humbly resubmit this issue for the attention of the PSI developers.
A computer program can do pretty much anything the user doesn't know is impossible for it to do.
XP Home 32-bit - Compaq Presario V2000 Celeron 1.4GHz
Vista Ultimate 32-bit - Toshiba Equium A100 Centrino Duo 1.7GHz
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit - Dell Studio XPS 1645 Core i7-720 Quad 1.6-2.4GHz
(Also running XP Pro in Windows XP Mode 32-bit)
Windows 8.1 Home Premium 64-bit - Lenovo IdeaPad Z500 Core i5 2.6Ghz
|This user no longer exists||RE: 'Average user with Secunia PSI' not being updated in Dashboard (still)|
|12th May, 2011 09:37|
Thank you for your report.
We are already aware of issues similar to this one, and I will add the information you have provided to our problem reports.
hope this helps.
|Anthony Wells||RE: 'Average user with Secunia PSI' not being updated in Dashboard (still)|
|12th May, 2011 14:09|
User Since: 19th Dec 2007
System Score: N/A
Last edited on 12th May, 2011 14:11
|Hi M_V ,
I have just now seen your second post in the linked thread and that it was addressed to me , but as I had not posted to , nor selected to subscribe to/follow that thread , I missed your post and so it got overlooked :((
Not quite the end of the world and you have survived to tell the tale and Emil is on the job :))
PS : there has been quite a lot of arbitrary voting doing the rounds these last few weeks , so I should ignore it ; the real world beckons :))
It always seems impossible until its done.