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3-31-2009 @ 3:32PM
This is awesome. 3.5% of all adults and 7% of all males are color deficient in one way or another (in the US). For many people, shades of yellow and blue are all they can see.While I personally have normal color vision, I have written software for the military (which has requirements often about this) and can't believe the difference that this can make for those people who have abnormal color vision.Now if they'd only make that stupid, hard to see green gas animation also give you a debuff, then the game would be much more assessable (from grobbulus, last boss in DTK, and others).
3-31-2009 @ 3:41PM
When you're standing in a cloud taking damage you shoulnd't need a debuff to tell you to get the hell out when your health is rapidly dropping. Also, floating combat text.
3-31-2009 @ 4:31PM
Well if that's the case magma, why don't we make it invisible for color normal people too?
3-31-2009 @ 4:37PM
It -is- invisible for more people than you realize. If you don't have your spell effects turned up pretty high, they don't show up at all. People with low-end computers with those things turned off seem to manage just fine... have to yell at them to move on Grobbulus once in a while, but it's really not difficult to manage.
4-01-2009 @ 10:02AM
lol, invisible spell effects.I remember doing Nightbane on my laptop with all video settings at minimum. I never even saw the 'fire' on the ground til I got a new computer - just knew, 'dont stand in the middle, switch sides occasionally'
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