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If you have been sent to this page it is because you failed to provide enough information for us to take action on your issue. We handle hundreds of issues and cannot burn our time explaining to each person how to properly post an issue. Instead we send you here, which explains what you need to do.

What do I do now?

We have an extensive guide called Getting Help. Read it. Yes, the whole thing. 99% of the time you will need to post an executable example.

If your issue has been closed, don’t take it personal or be offended. Instead, remedy the problem by adding the necessary information to your issue and it will be re-opened. Do not file another separate issue for the same problem.

Why are you doing this to me?

A problem must be reproducible in order to 1) test and identify the problem, 2) implement a fix, and 3) verify the fix works. If we can’t reproduce your problem, we can’t fix it. We do not blindly implement fixes and hope they work.

If you think you posted enough information for us to work on your issue, you are wrong. Either your post lacks required information or it requires too much effort for us to figure out what you are talking about. You almost certainly did not include an executable example.

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libGDX is a community-based open source project. If you are not able to contribute a fix for your issue then we are happy to help, but we do require you to provide enough information so that we can be productive when we spend our time on your issue. Please respect our time.