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1-30-2009 @ 11:09AM
While getting a blue response is always nice, I'd just be happy to know a blue -read- the thread.
1-30-2009 @ 11:45AM
One of the intro threads on the role forums tells you that the blues read ALL of the threads in the role forums. If its posted there it will be read and I'm pretty sure its the same with the other forums directly related to gameplay feedback & whatnot with the exception of class forums.
1-30-2009 @ 1:40PM
The US posters have become seriously spoiled by GC's appearance. Now it's @GC this, @GC that, on issues that most people are just rolling their eyes at and wondering who this troll thinks they are taking up that much valuable developer time and forum space. Meanwhile, the other 75% of the WoW players will NEVER have their posts read by a developer, because they happen to be in Europe or Asia and thus can't post on those boards. At all.
1-30-2009 @ 3:27PM
So you want them to spend the time painting blue on every thread in every forum? They'd have to hire more CMs, plus then blue tagging would be meaningless. And the trolls would whine about needing a REAL blue to tag their posts.Why don't you just take them at their word that they read all threads and pass them on to the developers or other appropriate people?
1-30-2009 @ 6:51PM
There should be an auto-tag when a blue reads a thread, just a little flag to let people know it's Been Read, even if it has no blue post.Of course, then we'd get people begging the blue to comment on what he read...
1-30-2009 @ 10:50PM
And people bumping their posts until that little tag eventually showed up.
1-31-2009 @ 7:39PM
umm wouldnt that be pointless becuase Blizzard reads all the posts?
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