I totally agree. They should simplify it and say something like: "You
are not passing all required parameters or not encoding them properly"
or anything that makes more sense.

On Jul 27, 4:25 pm, Peter Denton <petermden...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey,
> I did some usability testing and 10 out of 10 people did not understand the
> "Whoa There" statement.
>    - First, probably only engineers/devs are going to understand what a
>    "token" is.
>    - Second, stating that "it was probably an honest mistake" is a
>    completely misleading, irrelevant statement. 'Honest mistake' infers some
>    type of a human choice, but its a system/technical conflict, without 
> intent.
> I know this has been brought up before, but I have been trying to
> legitimately test these things on users, and it failed. Is there any chance
> for customization of error reporting at this level? Will you accept text
> considerations?
> Another part of my testing was to simply describe the errors and let people
> describe to me what that means in there head. In that sense, no one presumed
> guilt on the apps behalf.
> Thanks
> Peter

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