If you're all talking about the clicks we can hear when a new note is played with TAE on and legato on, I hear them even with TAE really low actually.
I just tested and I can hear them now too. I tested as well building a basic patch with the Origin oscillator module and a sine wave. In mono mode (mono high), with a bit of portamento and TAE at high levels, you can hear it. But in this case you really have to be triggering in a very fast manner (almost simulating a rapid morse code) in order for it to really occur. Not only that, but it becomes even less audible when your patch starts getting more complex. The funny thing is that even some of the old analog synths had these "quirks". The original Jupiter-6 VCA envelope section was well known for sometimes having an unwanted "click" at the attack of a note trigger when playing sounds that had no mid to high freq content. It's common knowledge for Jupiter-6 users, and I know because my Jupiter-6 does it all the time. I don't believe this was a known "quirk" with the Jupiter-8, as my understanding is it did not use the same chips for it's VCA section.
So, are we really seeing a bug? or just TAE doing it's job properly
In seriousness, I think it's a good idea to remove it if possible, as many of the older modulars and the MiniMg did not have this "quirk". So in order to remain thruthful to the product marketing having some of the best emulations available, it makes sense to resolve it (or make it an option!). but for me personally it's not a big deal. I rarely use the Origin for very basic sine wave type tones. Their plugs (as well as others) do a great job for that sort of stuff.