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  1. Hello everyone, We encourage discussion of bugs and content on the 1.2.9 Pre Release Subforum where other members can help to confirm any anomalies you may find. We do ask that all bugs are reported on our dedicated bug tracker where the development team can most easily attend to them. Reporting a problem on the forum does not count as a bug report unfortunately. We rely on a particular format and certain information that allows us to get to the problem as quickly as possible. Any text that is seen in game that is not in your preferred language may not have been localized at this time. We are adding more strings as the the Pre-Release testing phase progresses. Anything that begins with a language tag such as [es],[ja],[ru],[zh] has already been translated, but is not able to be displayed. We know about these and ask that these are not reported as bugs, they are already being worked on. The real bugs are any text that still appears in English (the escapees) or a strange looking string of text (the refusers) Escapees are strings that have been overlooked and we need to identify them and add them, refusers are strings that have been translated but a code error has occurred. Please report any occurrences of escapees and refusers along with any other kind of bug that affects the operation of Kerbal Space Program. Please read the wiki on the bug tracker where a guide to reporting bugs can be found. Attached logs are most important, and instructions detailing where these can be found on your platform can are also in our wiki. Thank you, good luck, and happy launches from the QA team who eagerly await a report of no bugs at all.