Re: Looking for the antonym for enhancement - A SolidWords study.



When referring to untintention not-enhancements, you can't beat "bug",
though Intel and probably others call them "errata" (sing. "erratum", I
think).

Intentional changes that are not helpful are pretty well described by
"misfeature". "Degradation" is better english, but is not nearly
prejorative enough. It may serve though.

For example: allowing dimension values to be overridden without enforcing
not-to-scale notifications such as underlining the value on the drawing.
Enhancement or degradation?
.



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