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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Originating Location: Europe/US

Originating Era: Late 1990s


Key Artists

  • Alva Noto
  • Andreas Tilliander
  • Aphex Twin
  • Autechre
  • Autopsia
  • Boom Bip
  • Cepia
  • Chris Clark
  • Christian Marclay
  • Coil
  • Dabrye
  • Daedelus
  • DAT politics
  • DJ Scud
  • Dntel
  • Machine Drum
  • edIT
  • Erlend Oye
  • Fennesz
  • The Flashbulb
  • Funkstorung
  • Hrvåtski
  • Kid 606
  • Murcof
  • Otomo Yoshihide
  • Oval
  • Pan sonic
  • Prefuse 73
  • Psapp
  • Richard Devine
  • Telefon Tel Aviv
  • Tim Hecker
  • Venetian Snares
  • Vladislav Delay

Key Albums

  • Various - Clicks & Cuts
  • Oval -Wohnton

Genre Description

Glitch tends to use a lot of computer-generated sounds in the mix; sometimes created solely from these sounds -- which can include white noise, CD skipping, line noise, and other typically non-musical forms. Often, patterns are created, typically percussive. It's very similar to some forms of IDM, though it's a bit of a subgenre. Glitch has also found its way into Jazz and Hip Hop, and is, in a way, related to Shoegaze.

Artists in this Genre

Labels in this Genre

Further Reading

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki

Inner Tube title card.
Crasher visits Babs' and Chet's bedroom.

Inner Tube is a 10 minute pilot for The Jim Henson Hour, written in 1987 by David Misch. Directed by Jim Henson, the show includes original music and lyrics by Phil Ramone, Bob Halligan and Phil Galdston.

The show is similar in format to the MuppeTelevision segments of The Jim Henson Hour. Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy make brief appearances in the show, but the focus is on the new characters.

Although these new puppet characters were made of foam latex (an indication that they might have been created by the Creature Shop), they actually were built by the New York Muppet Workshop. The new characters are performed by Dave Goelz, Steve Whitmire (credited as Steve Whitmore), Richard Hunt, Kevin Clash, Camille Bonora, Kathy Mullen, David Rudman, Rick Lyon and John Henson.

The show is a display of (and mostly a celebration of) the magic of modern television technology and technology in general. Video special effects are used extensively. For example, characters often travel through TV screens from where they are to the place shown in the TV.

In the Jim Henson Hour pitch, clips from Inner Tube are presented as "Lead Free TV." Jim Henson describes it as "the Muppet Show from the future," and explains that it is one of the four types of programs in The Jim Henson Hour's proposed rotating schedule.

Several scenes from this can be seen in the television special The World of Jim Henson.



The Mechanics

"Inner Tube," a fly-by-night cable network in the back of an electronics shop, is run by two harried, nutty mechanics:

Jake, a heavy man with a mustache. He is knowledgeable, patient, and in charge, but not always the most observant. Performed by Dave Goelz.

Henry, a thinner taller man. He is not so smart, and things must be explained to him often, but he frequently notices what's going on before Jake does. Performed by Steve Whitmire.

The Band

One of the channels Jake and Henry broadcast is the domain of an unnamed futuristic rock band:

Duke, a big-haired lead male vocalist and guitarist. He tries to assume leadership of the band but the others, not feeling the need for a leader, tease him about it. His guitar is a headless Steinberger-type, possibly a bass. Performed by Steve Whitmire.

Maya, a silver-skinned female vocalist and guitarist. She has a sort of Jamaican accent. Performed by Camille Bonora. The puppet seems to have been recycled into a backup singer in The Jim Henson Hour episode 107.

Digit, a wire-haired, robot-voiced keyboardist. This character later showed up in The Jim Henson Hour, with a different voice and personality. Performed by Dave Goelz.

The nameless Inner Tube Drummer is a deep-voiced, older-sounding balding man, who seems not too impressed by technology. Performed by Kevin Clash.

The Troublemakers

Crasher: a wild, loudmouthed punk character who likes crashing through things. Performed by Richard Hunt. Two versions of Crasher were used on the show: a puppet and a full body costume, which allowed him to run or climb into a TV screen.

Glitch: an animation that would mischievously interrupt transfer.

Zaloom, a live-actor channel pirate with no channel of his own. He hijacks the channels of others, using technology to get his anti-technology message out. He was played by Paul Zaloom, best known as Beakman from the Saturday morning series Beakman's World.

The Viewers

Chet and Babs, an older couple watching TV in bed. Chet is performed by Dave Goelz and Babs by Kathy Mullen. They're mildly surprised when Crasher burts from their TV into their bedroom, but assume that it's merely an unusually realistic special effect.

The Babs puppet later appeared as a supermarket shopper in the "Food" episode of The Jim Henson Hour.


Aerobics Channel - hosted by Miss Piggy that shows that if someone does a daily dozen exercises with someone they love, exercise can be less boring.

Millionaire's Home Shopping Network - hosted by the Salesman (played by Richard Hunt), the channel sells really expensive things, including Denmark, for $200,199,622,122.95.

All-Kitchen-Utensil Network - a channel that forward novels starring kitchenware.

Closing Credits

Written by
David Misch

Music and Lyrics
Phil Ramone
Bob Halligan
Phil Galdston

Muppet Performers
Dave Goelz
Steve Whitmore (Whitmire)
Richard Hunt
Kevin Clash
Camille Bondra
Kathryn Mullen
David Rudman
Rick Lyon
John Henson

Character Design
Michael Frith
John Stevenson
Bob Taylor

Muppet Design Group
Jane Gootnick
Ed Christie
Tim Miller
Jan Rosenthal
Norman Tempia
Joanne Green
Marian Keatin
Jitka Exler
Colleen Henry
Rollie Krewson

Polly Smith
Julie Zobel
Connie Peterson

Muppet Mechanical Design
Larry Jameson
Tom Newby
Fren Buchholz

Workshop Supervisor
Will Morrison

Backgrounds and Electronic Effects by

for Charlex
Production Executives
Charles Levi
Ralph Horan

Produced by
Peter Mavromates

Edited by
Bill Weber

Paintbox Artist
Page Wood
Gordon DeWolf

Art Direction
Malcom McNeil
Alex Weil

for Henson Associates
Visual Futurist
David Gumpel

Ritamarie Peruggi

Directed by
Jim Henson

Copyright Henson Associates Inc., 1987

See also

External links

  • The Inner Tube ten-minute pilot on YouTube

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Example of a graphical glitch

Glitch is a bug that is not very severe and typically does not affect gameplay negatively. Some players use glitches to gain advantages in the game.

Many glitches are graphical, i.e. floating stones, walls not reaching the ground, or black-and white striped armor.

Glitches are often introduced by game updates.

Famous glitches

Guild Hall glitch

This glitch allowed players to bring items into pre-searing that were never intended to be there.

See also

  • GuildWiki Search for "glitch"

This article uses material from the "Glitch" article on the Guild Wars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 09, 2010
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From Grand Theft Wiki

Glitches are unintended affects that can be found in the Grand Theft Auto series.


Grand Theft Auto

The Swimming Glitch

Find some water, Preferably a small pond, but not the ocean and walk towards the water. Continue walking when you hit the water and you'll continue walking/swimming, but only for 5-6 seconds.

Grand Theft Auto III

Walking Above The Subway Tunnel

This glitch can be performed at the subway in Shoreside Vale at the Airport. When the train arrives to the platform, take the very last door of the train. Enter the train and then get out again. You will automatically get teleported above the platform, into the Blue Hell and you will see the tunnel. Word of caution, sometimes the tunnel will get invisible and you risk walking off the edges and get teleported back to the streets.

Rhino Spawn Glitch

If you spawn a Rhino (using the cheat code) anywhere in the city, a second one will spawn in the middle of the street at Liberty Campus around the corner from the Safehouse.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Bike Morphing

Find a motorbike and a clothing icon. Park the bike in the clothing icon, but make it so that when you get off, Tommy won't touch the icon. Get off the bike then get back on. If you did it right, Tommy should have gotten the clothes and gotten on the bike at the same time. This is hard to do at first but practice makes perfect. Use the clothes in Ocean Beach at Rafael's and if you don't get it, ride down to the beach and come back, the clothing will be back.

Cargo Ship Glitch

On the cargo ship in Viceport if you get to the top of the ships cargo you may see a small gap between the two sets of cargo. If you jump into the gap, you will appear outside of the ship between the cargo holds outside the ship and on the other side of the road.

Cherry Popper

The Cherry Popper's save point can corrupt your saved file. To avoid the corruptions of the files, save elsewhere. However somtimes this doesn't happen but it's better not to risk.

Test Track & Trial by Dirt

The initial scores of both Trial By Dirt and Test Track will have the same time results once both scores are listed in stats. Once you play the missions again and beat each time, the scores will be individual as they should be.


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Monster Glitch

Obtain a Monster truck and park ONE wheel onto a random car (sideways or front on, both work). Get out of the Monster, get in the car you park on, and you will find yourself spinning 5000ft in the air, crashing back down to earth.

Taxi Driver Mission Glitch

On the Xbox and PC versions a glitch occurs when the player begins the Taxi Driver mission, but no fares are available. It happens when the player has crossed over the map boundary, which can corrupt save files. It is advised to do this mission very early to avoid this glitch.

Airport Security Guard Glitch

On the PC version, when you shoot the security guard at one of the airports he will vanish and is no where in the booth.


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

Invisible Biker Glitch

Sometimes if a battle with the Bikers are going on in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, shoot it with an Assault Rifle while it's driving fast, and it'll show the Angel doing the donuts with no driver.

Grand Theft Auto IV

  • After a missions ends in which an enemy was shot or blown into water (such as the missions Tunnel of Death or Uncle Vlad), the body of that particular enemy will not be shown in the water, even if the cut-scene ended with the player only a few feet away from the sea.
  • If the player falls into a gap (i.e. between two cars or between a car and a dumpster), Niko will suffer minimal damage even when falling from a height that will normally kill him.
  • At the beginning of a date with any Girlfriends while in any vehicle, wait for her to get tired and fire a weapon to end the date. The vehicle the player is currently in will not lose health to any damage done to the vehicle.
  • Bringing up the camera option on the Phone while driving in a car or on a bike will instantly stop the car or bike no matter what the speed the vehicle was going. (Fixed in the PC Version)
  • In the subway tunnels, it is possible to be forced through the wall and into Blue Hell. If the player is riding a motorbike and is trapped between the wall and a moving train, he an be forced through and off the bike. The player could also use a large vehicle (such as the Bus) and get shoved by two subways going in opposite directions to get forced into Blue Hell. All that occurs is falling for a brief few seconds before respawning on the ground above.
  • In the online multiplayer mode "Bomb Da Base II" players have reported a bug/glitch, that occurs at a certain point in the mission. The screen will go black and then start loading, the player will be loaded back to single player.
  • In Francis International Airport in the online multiplayer mode "Free Mode", if the player drives a truck up one of the ramps in the Airport it is possible to make the truck fall on its side and start spinning in circles, this is not only visible to the player, but also other players.
  • If the player gets out of a vehicle parked on the entrance gates leading to Francis International Airport's cargo yard (with stop signs on them,) the gates will go back down and cause the vehicle to disappear.
  • If a vehicle's engine doesn't start, it will start if someone calls the player on the cellphone, more conveniently, if the player calls someone else.
  • Sometimes when driving by the Filling Stations in Northwood, there are two vehicles parked in the parking lot, one of which could be parked with it's engine running, doors locked, and the hazard lights on, which cannot be turned off by the player.
  • When trying to open or get on top of a moving vehicle that is driving down a slope if Niko misses the vehicles door and it drives away Niko will sometimes start walking weird and won't stop until he hits another object. This glitch has been dubbed 'Retarded Niko' by the way he looks and walks when in the glitch.
  • A player can lose a 5 or 6 star wanted level by flying their chopper over Francis International Airport. The wanted level will revert to a 4 star.
  • A certain pedestrian's afro will behave like a hat, falling off after he gets hit.


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Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

This category contains mistakes or errors made by the developers in the Halo series.



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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Glitch disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

It has been suggested
that this article or section
be moved to Bug. (Discuss).

A Glitch (also known as a bug) is a fault in a program during runtime that causes it to function improperly.

A werewolf experiencing the stretchy skin glitch.
A graphical glitch with the Dorgeshuun crossbow special attack. The player seems to pull the skin on her leg.

The severity of glitches can vary. One glitch caused a player's username to appear as "null" immediately after login; another hard-to-find, yet serious bug allowed players to kill other players outside of the Wilderness. After the temporary release of RuneScape Classic in 2009, the "null" name glitch was still in effect.

Abuse of glitches, such as the World 111 Glitch that allowed players to attack other players outside of the Wilderness, is a severe offence that's punishable by a permanent ban under Rule 4 of the Code of Conduct.

Jagex has recommended that if a player finds a bug or glitch in RuneScape, the player should report it to Jagex immediately via the "Submit a Bug Report" interface on the RuneScape main page.

NOTE: All glitches listed on this page have been fixed by Jagex. Please do not list any glitches that have not been fixed yet.


Famous Bugs/Glitches

World 111 Glitch

Main article: World 111 Glitch
The World 111 glitch allowing players to attack each other.

One infamous example of bug abuse was the World 111 Glitch - also called the World 111 Massacre or the Falador Massacre (after where the glitch occurred). On the day of 6 June 2006 (or 06/06/06, oddly enough) a player had a party at his house celebrating being the first player with level 99 Construction. He eventually expelled all of the guests because of major lag. There were massive amounts of people at the party, and when he expelled all of them, some say he overloaded the server, although this was not the reason. It was rather an error in the coding of the construction skill. Because he had not turned off PvP (player vs player) mode, those in the dungeon and fight arena were able to attack and kill any player anywhere. This resulted a PKing rampage that caused many deaths, the loss of items that Jagex could not replace, and the permanent banning of most participants. Although the player was not banned for the massacre, he was banned for real-world trading later on.. The reason Jagex could not replace the items lost was because many, many people claimed to have lost items, yet they had not even been logged on at the time.

Player Moderators tried to tell people to bank their items and 'glory' teleport but they were barely seen amongst the mass amount of followers.

This bug remained on RuneScape for about an hour and was fixed immediately after it became known to Jagex. The repercussions of this glitch are still being felt today, as some of those banned and/or killed owned rare items such as partyhats and other Discontinued rare items. The removal of the players meant the rare items were deleted also.

Chat Filter Glitch

This glitch could allow players to bypass the chat filter. When Alt Codes were introduced to the RuneScape chat system, specific Alt Codes allowed players to bypass the chat filter. When a certain Alt Code was typed in, it would register as a space to the chat filter but would not actually put a space in between the word itself. An example would be typing "Myspace" which normally would be blocked by putting My(Alt code)Space. So the chat filter registered it as My Space but appeared as MySpace. By doing this a player who spaced the letters out correctly could type anything without the filters blocking it. There was also a glitch in the chat filter which unblocked any word you could think of using alt key codes, this glitch had been fixed but recently surfaced once more.

μ Glitch

Main article: February 2009 Crash

Another famous glitch would be the μ glitch. When a player pressed Alt+0181, the μ character was created (The Greek letter mu, used for the prefix "micro"). A player who typed in this character and actually said it would find that all nearby players including him/herself would be automatically logged out from RuneScape. Some players abused it horrifically in PVP worlds and Bounty Hunter to gain extremely unfair advantages, by putting their chat on "off" then saying the character μ. This would crash the other players, leaving the abuser to kill the other player with absolute ease. It was estimated that over 200 million coins were lost in the few hours the glitch was present. However, players could avoid the glitch by turning all chat filters to "Off". This glitch has now been fixed.

A player in a normally inaccessible area via the Noclip Glitch.

Noclip Glitch

Main article: Noclip Glitch

In mid 2008, a bug known as the Noclip Glitch was discovered by a number of players. This bug gave them certain properties of "noclipping" (the ability to walk through walls) and performed many unusual bugs such as getting a level 3 player into the Legends' Guild. After months of the same few players being spotted in inaccessible areas, JaGeX finally patched it in 8 November. Most of the bug abusers who performed this bug are now banned, one has reportedly had his/her ban lifted recently but was banned again for continuing bug abuse.

Player and NPC glitches

Fight Pits Player Killing Glitch

During the first few hours after the new TzHaar look was released, while playing the TzHaar Fight Pit mini-game, players were able to attack other players who were waiting in the waiting room with magic or ranged attacks over the red barrier. This caused several players to lose their valuable items. Jagex moderators arrived almost immediately, disconnecting and subsequently banning anyone who abused the glitch.

A familiar being caught on a pier at Pest Control.

POH Poison Glitch

Shortly after Construction was released a glitch was discovered, where players would go in the boxing ring and poison someone in it, the owner of the house would wait until the poisoned player was almost dead, then expel them from the house. The poison would remain and the player would die, losing their gear.

Player (level: 1) Glitch

Main article: Invisible player
Player (Level 1)

In the house containing the Customs Sergeant in Rimmington, one could right click the floor by the sergeant to see an invisible level 1 'Player', which gives you an examine option saying "Invisible player". This glitch was fixed during a patch in May 2009. This also seems to occur when you summon the magic elemental game in a Player owned house.

Monster Death Glitch

This glitch often involved the deaths of monsters that were killed while fighting players, but could also happen in areas with high mortality rates, such as Castle Wars. The glitch made the monster, or player, appear in the 'prone' (dead) position (after death for monsters, randomly for ordinary players). The 'dead' monster could still move, attack, etc. from the prone position while players could train skills, etc. It has also happened a few times at Bounty Hunter. This glitch was not sighted very often as it was considered highly uncommon. This Glitch also has happened in the Fist of Guthix minigame, the Duel Arena, Earth warriors, the Rock Crabs in Relleka, and Dust Devils in the Smoke Dungeon.

Item Related Glitches

Main article: Item glitches
A graphics glitch while casting high level alchemy.
Party hats made using the party hat duplication glitch.

Party hat duplication glitch

The partyhat duplication glitch is one of the most famous glitches in RuneScape, with its effect on the rares market still being felt today. A player had been experimenting with RuneScape by using a third-party program called AutoRune in an attempt to simply trade the scythe. Although the player never managed to trade the scythe, he did discover how to create any non-stackable item. Therefore, the glitch did not duplicate existing items, but instead created new ones. The use of any such third party software to gain any advantage was, of course, against the rules of RuneScape. The glitch was performed on a massive scale over the period of a few days drastically effecting the RuneScape economy, specifically the rares market where the price of [[|Purple partyhat|pink/purple partyhats]] dropping from being the most expensive party hat to the cheapest. Jagex didn't know how the items were being created and therefore offered a reward to any player who could tell them how the glitch worked. A few players came forward and with this knowledge Jagex stopped the glitch from working.

Blood Rune Duplication Glitch

This glitch allowed players to take blood runes out of the minigame Barbarian Assault and is commonly referred to as "The Blood Rune Dupe" even though it did not involve duplicating blood runes. The smuggled blood runes could then be sold to other players through trade or through the Grand Exchange. There has been multiple occurrences of players performing this glitch using different strategies and so Jagex finally fixed this bug completely by replacing the blood runes with elemental and catalytic runes in Barbarian Assault during June 2009. The players that abused this glitch all got permanent bans.

Environment Glitches

Main article: Environment glitches

P.O.H. Bench Glitch

The POH bench Glitch was a very popular glitch among many concerning Construction. In this bug, the player was able to move while standing in a bench that is "cloned" by a player. However, walking, going down dungeons and trapdoors and the like of actions happens very slowly, and it would seem as though the player teleported to said area, or otherwise "slide" quickly to it.

Doing this glitch required the player to have food in their inventory, and sit on a Dining Room bench, then right-clicking the bench and select "remove", and immediately clicking the food several times to assure that the player has eaten it. The bench turns sideways, and having a servant and Bell-pull will be convenient if the player is not the house owner and the owner is in the house in a different room. The player rings the bell, summoning the servant and bringing the player to the room that the house owner is in. The player would then move in the bench.

Another part of the bench glitch was, while sitting in the glitched bench and wielding an item i.e. boxing gloves, and eating and equipping a new weapon really fast, the new weapon would be held the same way as the other weapon. The fix isn`t complete yet because if you equip, for example, a 2h sword, go sit on the bench and open up the equipment menu, you'll still be able to equip a new weapon which will be held the same way as the 2h sword. This appears only in the menu though.

P.O.H. Owner Glitch

The POH owner glitch was quite popular, mainly used in World 31 at house parties. If a player walked onto a trap in the dungeon of another players' house, then used Teleport to House, then trap would force them back into the other players house while still being registered as teleporting to their own house. While someone was 'owning' another house, players could still enter that person's original house. The glitched owner could also pick up and plant Wintumber trees, which resulted in Wintumber Tree duplication if two or more players tried to pick one up at the same time. If the owner of the house turned challenge mode off, the glitched owner could turn it on and attack people in the dungeon while being unattackable.

Construction Mode Party Glitch

The construction mode party glitch was not widely used. It consisted of a player in construction mode (and often an empty house) going into a combat ring and committing suicide via nitroglycerin or poison. The player would then spawn outside the ring and other players could enter the house. Many players didn't use this glitch because they thought other players would delete furniture from their house, although all items are perfectly safe.

Miscellaneous Bugs

Filtered usernames

An example of the chat filter name interference.

Since Jagex's filter blocks some offensive language, naturally there were cases where there were loopholes. One of these loopholes, a very annoying one indeed, were the fact that some people's usernames were filtered as if they were a bad word. For example: "Puyo1" and "Xbith" might produce "**yo1" and "X****" respectively. The name of some players would come out as asterisks, and would make communication for the players hard. Some of these were removed when Jagex updated the chat filter. Most of those cases were removed by that act, but some still remain. It is unknown if Jagex will do anything regarding it in the foreseeable future, but on the forums several mods have suggested it will be continually improved, and there is a thread where players can suggest words they think should/shouldn't be censored. This glitch has somewhat been fixed.

An example of the Display Name Glitch

Adding glitch

After RuneScape's 8 July 2009 update there was a glitch were you could add yourself to your own Friends List by putting a space after the last letter of your name, or before the first. For example Ex1:"Jim" Then if you put "Jim_" "Jim" would have added himself, Jagex fixed this the next day after many players performed it. Players who added themselves during that first day did not have themselves removed though after Jagex's update. The same thing could also been performed to add yourself to your own ignore list, this was also fixed at the same time. Due to a recent update, players logged into RuneScape only to find "Changes will take affect on your clan in 60 seconds" and their usernames removed from their own friends list. It's no longer possible to re-create this glitch. When RuneScape added the Display Name Update on 1 October, you could add yourself to your friends list again if you had changed your name,this time by selecting "Add Friend" and typing your old username in. Although when logging back into RuneScape your name would have been removed.

Sometime in October when the display names came out, the glitch became available again. If you were a member and had changed your display name, you could have added your old name to your friends list and sent a private message to yourself. Whenever you logged out, it would also remove it automatically. This glitch was fixed sometime in October recently after the update.

In December this glitch was possible to do in runescape classic, This hasn't been fixed, but only If you type your previous display name.

Game engine update glitch

On 9 June 2009, numerous glitches were found in the game after Jagex has changed the game's engine. During that time players could attack all monsters and these would not return with any sort of damage, including the greatest of bosses like Corporeal beast, or even the simple ones like Goblins. This also included non-responsive NPC's such as bankers and random events, which left players stranded inside random events such as the Sandwich Lady and Giles/Niles/Miles. The glitches were fixed a few hours after it has been confirmed by Jagex.

Right click box glitch

Options disappeared when the map "loaded".

After the RuneTek5 update, if a player right-clicked anywhere on the page, and kept walking until a new section of the map loaded, (Loading... Please wait) instead of the Right click box disappearing, all the options were removed but the right click box remained, with the exception of "Cancel". This has now been fixed.

Empty box glitch

In October 2009, if a player accessed details on certain quests, such as Dragon Slayer, from the quest list, when they closed the quest details all the quests would disappear. This glitch was fixed.

Null item glitch

The null glitch.

Somewhere in 2009 a rare glitch occurred in where if you select an item, 'Null' appears. This is resolved by simply clicking on the item again. This glitch has been fixed.

However, this glitch is still possible by equipping an item and, immediately afterwards, right-clicking on the item, before selecting "Use". You can also perform this glitch by dragging an item in between two item areas in the inventory and then quickly clicking use. You can also click drop item, and quickly before it disappear from your inventory right click on it. Simply click "use". Then right click on any item and you will see [ Null ->Item ]

Disappearing Text glitch

The chat box

The text glitch is a glitch that causes almost all of the text in RuneScape to disappear. It is unknown exactly how it happens.

  • Confirmation: It occurred a few times in a POH after speaking to butler, after that it didn't occur again.

(Last time was sometime in January 2010)



Wikipedia has an article about:
  • RuneScape Game Guide
    • Reporting Bugs
    • Rule 4 - Cheating/Bug Abuse

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Glitch is an Autobot Action Master partner from the Generation One continuity family.
Have you seen me?

This character needs some sort of visual representation. If you have one, please replace this.

Glitch is a brilliant spy, completing an impressive array of missions. Missions for which his moronic partner Rollout gets the credit. Considering that Glitch not only does the work, but keeps Rollout alive, the credit distribution isn't exactly fair, but them's the breaks.


Generation One

  • Glitch (Action Master, 1990)
Seen here before he hit it big on ReBoot
Glitch's toy turns from a robotty thing with gun-arms to a gun-like thing with a spring-loaded pop-out blaster-barrel. Like all Action Master partners, he can be held by any Action Master figure, and his barrel can be extended by attaching a figure's hand-held rifle to it. Glitch was only available with his Action Master partner Rollout.

External links

  • Rollout (and Glitch) at

This article uses material from the "Glitch" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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