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How to Create a GitHub Ticket Regarding Cockatrice

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Awesome! If you are here, you are trying to help us make Cockatrice better. Thanks. We appreciate that!

To create a ticket you can follow the below steps.

Step 1: Go to and create an account. If you already have a GitHub account, you are all set to go right to step 2.

Step 2: Go to and browse the current open issues to see if your issue has already been reported. If it has, feel free to click on the ticket and leave a comment that you're experiencing the same issue.

You can search issues by using the search box above issues and searching for related terms. Below, you can see a search that shows all issues related to full screen:

If you couldn't find your issue, then it's time to click on the New Issue button.

Step 3: You'll see a selection of possible issue types to create, we have special templates if you are reporting e.g. a Bug or Feature Request. Select the Get Started button for the appropriate option. In case nothing matches just go for the first.

Step 4: Write a complete ticket explaining what happened, the steps you took that led to the issue, and anything else you find relevant. Also, remember to fill in your computer's operating system (ex: Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.11, Ubuntu 14.04) and version of Cockatrice (ex: Cockatrice 2.8.0) so we can better diagnose the issue and try to replicate it, should it be deemed necessary.

Once you've done all of these steps, you're good to go and should publish the ticket so a developer can start looking for a potential fix, if necessary.

Thanks again!