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5-23-2009 @ 9:30AM
Agreed. The style and colour scheme is nice and very professional. Initially I was annoyed to have to create an AIM account to make a profile (there is no way I want to get FB involved) only to find some randomer who's probably never even heard of this site had already taken my screenname. At least as far as WoW.com is concerned, you can edit that in one's profile.Two main issues remain in my mind.1) EU characters need to be working. Soon.2) The profiles functionality needs to be better integrated with the site. For instance, I'm logged in, and yet when browsing there's nothing on this page to suggest that is the case. Even to go so far as to provide a "Click here to login!" button. Also, when someone is logged in, is it really neccessary that they should still have to provide an email address and password to post a comment?
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