No, definitely not “in this specific scenario” but actually in the typical and intended scenario of using ambiences - precisely what they are meant for: having two (or more) ambiences with different sound settings and switching between them. Which due to this bug causes that sound settings of the former ambience replace (imperceptibly to the user) the sound settings of the latter one. Just switching between ambiences certainly isn’t a “specific” scenario that I “keep pushing” but in fact the typical and intended way of using them.
And given that such an undesired overwriting of sound settings happens on EVERY switch between ambiences (and additionally upon reboot an active ambience loses settings of most of its notifications but calendar and chat), I dare to stubbornly repeat that IN MY OPINION it such a state it makes the whole ambience system broken and completely unreliable.
Kindly let me have and express my own opinion in my own thread under my own bug report. Thank you very much.
Only as long as they don’t switch between ambiences. And when they sooner or later do it, they will be unpleasantly surprised when they miss important calls or don’t wake up for work due to this bug.
What actually is your problem? Unlike you - who hasn’t contributed to this topic in any other way but patronizing me - I did submit the bug report the way it was supposed to be made, made some further tests and provided additional information, took videos and screenshots illustrating the issue, and with the invaluable help of @nephros also a workaround has been given in form of configuring and using profiles instead of ambiences.
Only after all that, and after having additionally discovered that even a simple reboot further breaks ambience sound settings, I dared to write ONE F****NG SENTENCE that IN MY OPINION this currently makes the whole ambience system broken and unreliable. And here come you and scold me, yourself having contributed absolutely nothing to this topic.
Come on, find yourself some more fruitful ways of killing your time.