Yes, but it's the old account section that would need fixing. They could put two or three weeks in to repair it, or use those two or three weeks to work on the new account section. I can understand that they chose the latter. I can't understand that they started with the unbundling now, instead of preparing it and to introduce a fully unbundled, new section when it's done. But that's another topic
Actually it's not. All of the issues listed here
(and in other posts) are issues caused by the unbundling (we all know why it couldn't wait; it's called Galaxy client), and if they're not going to be addressed, then they'll carry over to the revamped account system. Unless the revamped account system will come with no shelves, no boxes, no nth, and content will be labelled as installer_xyzw, and all extras as product_wlpz.
And having, for example, extras in Cognition
that give you a 404 page, for an indefinite time span, and with no word if this will ever be fixed, is not good customer service.
The least they could do is come here and clearly explain why the issues are not addressed, and if and how they are being addressed in the context of the revamped account. Which after eight full months of development, has still no ETA.
GOG wants to play in the super league with the other big boys, and has demonstrated this in many ways, yet they still resort to "buddy" practices whenever they screw up.and we call them out on it.
In he Galaxy thread, a bluetext posted the link for one's library: https://embed.gog.com/library/windows
Well, in my case, the game count at the top (ALL GAMES) is wrong, the number of actual games on shelf is also wrong, but different from the game count.
Is that what the revamped account system will use? Doesn't inspire much confidence for its functionality or reliability. Heck, it's not even out yet, and GOG support already tells us (emphasis mine) "should fix most known issues
". That alone says that we're in for some of the existing bugs, a new set of bugs, and more of this "be patient and understanding" approach.