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If you sign up for the public Flex bug base (https://bugs.adobe.com/flex), you can log in and see a list of community issues which you can vote on. Or, if you're looking for something more specific you can search the bugbase by clicking on the "Find Issues" link at the top of the page.
I'd also like to emphasize the importance of voting on bugs:
One metric that the Flex management team uses in evaluating what bugs to address is the level of interest from the community. If you find a bug in the system that is important to you, add your vote to the issue. An issue that has no votes is less likely to be reviewed by the management team. However, the number of votes you have is limited so you should consider your votes carefully.
Q: Does my bug report immediately go to the development team?
A: No, A Bug reports only get reviewed by the development team once it receives support (votes) from others in the community.
See how Voting on existing bugs works.
Not to say we don't look at reported bugs that dont have any votes. But if a certain bug is getting a lot of community votes, it tends to get a lot more attention.