No worries. The best place to post a bug is in the official feedback thread . This is true wherever the devs have started a feedback or bug reporting thread. It may seem like howling into the void, but I assure you the thread is monitored by the dev team and taken seriously. Roll20 has a lot of moving parts, serving over 30 game compendiums beyond D&D 5e, many sheets, audio and video systems, internal technologies such as dynamic lighting, music, and much, much more, that are somehow supposed to work cross platform and all run within the confines of browsers (which they have no developmental control over). As such, work tends to be done in sprints on different parts. It can look like nothing is being done, when in reality a huge amount of work is currently being invested in other parts of the system. Witness the massive compendium upgrade to 5e last week, which took many people many weeks of work to accomplish (and this was only a sub-team). Add onto that the fact that something that seems simple to change might be blocked while waiting for something else to be implemented or upgraded, or is simply impossible given the current state, or just may be of less importance than another developing feature. What I'm saying is, sometimes the wheels of progress move slowly, and it may seem like bug reports are being ignored. They are not. There's just a lot of work, and devs tend to spend more time developing than communicating back to the users, who may be spread out across 3-4 social media platforms. That's one of the reasons why Forum Champs and a few other community leaders do what they can to help. Your voice is heard.