Careful, Max, publicly admitting to radical things like allowing the correct people to make the important decisions could cause the brains of AAA executives to explode.Max wrote:… depends mainly on our QA guys decision …
@tbar, it sounds like you probably know this, but text comms have had people missing the tone since before the days of 300 baud modems (for the young folk, that's 30 characters per second (approx) using Bell 103 / CCITT V.21 over analogue voice telephone circuits giving a raw 300 bits/s). Even with a smiley, it can be misinterpreted just which bit of a message that applies to. It will always happen, just need to de-escalate and move forward.
@Cristino: Having done a quick experiment, it looks like you are using the "Diva" rear bumper? From what I can see, the inner two lights either side seems correct to me for reverse, as the indicator lights still need to function in reverse (they are the outer two white lights on that bumper, and will use an orange coloured bulb rather than a filter). Both reverse and brake lights are typically 20–25W, but the red filter on brake lights cuts the perceived light level a bit. The real issue here (if any) seems to me to be the way the graphical bloom from lights is handled with HDR enabled; it seems to generate excessive white bloom when that is turned on in graphics options, and is much more reasonable with HDR disabled. I'm not sure if there's a tuneable just for bloom from lights.
For future reference, this is one case where a picture really was not worth 1000 words, as it didn't tell us what specific issue you were concerned about or quickly identify the actual bumper. The picture was useful to see what you are seeing once we actually know what we should be looking at.