So it seems Roon have patched this one pretty quickly. Putting out software that breaks isn’t unique to roon. Nor is having strange characters in files unique to roon. It’s frustrating - I get that - but looks like it is fixed. So does this mean we can go back to debating if lan cables with cleaner 1s and 0s make a difference to sound quality?
For the roon folks… these things happen. You’ve spotted it, dealt with it in a timely fashion. Far bigger companies have fallen foul of this. So don’t take the rants to heart. Or the ad hominem attacks. Maybe your legacy will be roon… but it doesn’t define you so separate yourself from the software, even if folks want to conflate the two.
And in case there is any confusion, I’ll clear it up so folks don’t have to ask: Yes, I am a total d!ckh… I was taught that whetever you do, do to the best of your ability. I am a total and complete one.
If you are looking for helpful differences in communication…
I wish you a merry and peaceful Christmas, health, serenity, humor and many friends who want to help you when needed.
These Christmas greetings go to the Roon team, the many hard-working and competent helpers here in the forum and to all customers who contribute with their hints and problems here without always just bashing.
We are looking for solutions together and no insults, insults or disparagement. But this memorial remains as a real mistake until the author removes it in a quiet hour.
Yes we all make mistakes sometimes and should not put it on the gold scale or the permanent dispute about it. That is what we may learn (if we want).
I have moved the opening post to a new topic of its own in #support so Roon @support can follow up:
As this is the support forum, I have stripped out unnecessary colourful language and discussion. If you want to express and discuss your displeasure with Roon software or company) you are (within community guidelines) welcome to do so in #roon .