What the heck is a good bug? I don’t know if there is an official definition for this so I’m going to invent one.
“An unintended positive side effect as a result of computer software not working as intended.”
I reckon this is a fairly regular occurrence and I have definitely seen it before. So for example, in an earlier version of Studio you could do a search and replace in the source and actually change the source content. This was before “Edit source” was made available… sadly it was fixed pretty quickly and you can no longer do this unless you use the SDLXLIFF Toolkit or work in the SDLXLIFF directly with a text editor. In the gaming world it happens all the time, possibly the most famous being the original Space Invaders game where the levels got faster and faster as you killed more aliens. This was apparently not by design but it was the result of the processor speed being limited, so as you killed the aliens the number of graphics reduced and the rendering got faster and faster… now all games behave this way! Another interesting example in the Linux/Unix world is using a dot at the start of a filename to hide it from view. This was apparently a bug that was so useful it was never “fixed”.